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The “Bonneville Hupp” was originally owned and built by Dr. Norbert Knoch, or “Doc Knoch,” a physician from Denver who typified the racing enthusiasm that took hold in America during the 1930s.
Knock’s pursuit of speed was relentless, so much so that he ended up working with executives and engineers at not only Hupmobile but also Ethyl Gasoline Company, Gambill Motor Company, Kendall Refining, Schwitzer Cummins, Ray Day Piston, and Firestone Tire.
Knock also recruited future racing legends like Bill Kenz to his team, traded racing parts with Babe Stapp, and acted as race physician to David Abbott “Ab” Jenkins on his record-setting runs in 1937.
Restoration in Progress
New photos of this car with a completely restored interior and beautiful engine detailing will be posted soon.
1932 Buick Club Sedan
Auction February 24
This exceptionally rare project car with late model drivetrain will be sold at 2002 Ward Ave in La Crosse, Wisconsin on February 24th.
298 cubic inches, 9 main bearing engine firing, 16 spark plugs. This rare Nash still needed paint and interior work to be complete. A perfect project for a buyer interested in customizing to taste.
This singular example of the art deco school was designed by Count Alexis de Sakhnoffski and was limited to Nash’s 1934 production year. This is one of the rarest Nash’s in the world.