I've written a complete history of a very interesting car that was being restored by my late father when he passed away at the end of July.
This Hupmobile ran the Bonneville Salt Flats at 136mph. It was built by the doctor who tended to Ab Jenkin’s famous injuries during his 1937 endurance run.
I have dozens of original letters, documents, and even blueprints for this highly customized land-speed racing car. This is a one-of-a-kind part of Bonneville history and I'm looking for someone who truly appreciates early land-speed racing to give it new home once our restoration work is complete.
You can view the complete history and documentation at White Glove Collection:
To see the quality of my father's past work, please look at our past restorations page. White Glove Collection did restoration work on some of the finest cars in the world, including the Waldorf Pierce, the Top Hat Pierce, and cars for the collection of Olaf Sommer, founder of M&C TechGroup, Germany.