Detroit: Press of A. Drake & Co. [for] Hupp Motor Car Corportation, 1916. 1st Printing. 95,  pp. Index at rear. Illustrated with b/w photographic images. 8vo. Original green paper wrappers, printed in black. Now housed in an archival mylar sleeve. Some wear, soiling & staining to covers. Stain in textblock upper corner, gradually diminishing. Biopredation to lower rear portion of textblock [primarily confined to lower margin, just affecting one page number in the Index]. A Good copy. Item #48274
"Hupmobile was an automobile built from 1909 through 1939 by the Hupp Motor Car Company of Detroit. The prototype was developed in 1908 and had its first successful run on November 8 with investors aboard for champagne at the Tuller Hotel a few blocks away. The company was incorporated in November of that year. The first Hupmobile model, the Hupp 20, was introduced at the 1909 Detroit automobile show. It was an instant success." However, Hupp left in the 1920s, and the company fell prey to the faulty strategy of trying to go upscale, ignoring their initial modest-income customer base. The company ceased operations in 1940.
While OCLC records a number of Hupp items in its database, we find no copies of this service-parts list, nor any on the market [at the time of cataloguing].