Posted 2 months ago
Midwest Metal Decorative Cars
Looking through mom's poetry/work room and found these cars. They used to hang on the wall of my bedroom when I was a kid. There is a 3rd car hiding somewhere.. a 1905 pierce arrow.
They are made by the Midwest Products Company.
1909 Hupmobile (green)
Hupmobile was an automobile built from 1909 through 1939 by the Hupp Motor Car Company of Detroit. ... The first Hupmobile model, the Hupp 20, was introduced at the 1909 Detroit automobile show. It was an instant success.
Buick formed the underpinnings of Durant's General Motors Corporation; in 1909 and 1910 Buick even outsold the Ford Model T. At $850 the valve-in-head four-cylinder Buick Model 10 was priced to compete with the Model T, and it was the best selling Buick model, with over 8,000 sold in 1909 and almost 11,000 in 1910.
Midwest Products Company
I believe this is the same company that made these cars?
In 1952, friends combined their passions for model airplanes to develop a thriving business dedicated to providing high quality products to enthusiasts around the world. More than 65 years later, Midwest's product line and distribution have grown and changed, but its passion for quality has remained steadfast.