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Vauxhall.jpgVauxhall 1911 E-Type Prince Henry131 views1 commentsfrank
Vauxhall_CB_1_A.jpg
Vauxhall_CB_1_A.jpgVauxhall134 viewsHeight 2 1/2 inch with 3 inch outer diameterfrank
Velie_NPPB_1_B.jpg
Velie_NPPB_1_B.jpgVelie83 viewsSidefrank
Velie_NPPB_2_A.jpg
Velie_NPPB_2_A.jpgVelie80 viewsthe hubcap is about 2 7/8 inches acrossfrank
Velie_NPPB_3_A.jpg
Velie_NPPB_3_A.jpgVelie98 views• Description; Pressed aluminum threaded hub cap for a Velie automobile built in Moline, Illinois between the years of 1909 and 1929.
• Size; The cap has an outside diameter of 3 ¼” and is 2 1/8” high with 3 1/8”- 16 threads.
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Velie_NPPB_4_A.jpg
Velie_NPPB_4_A.jpgVelie100 viewsThese hub caps are originals in varieing conditions. There are 4 of them. They are made of brass and were nickel plated. The face of these read "VELIE Motor Vehicle Co. / Moline Ill." The threads measure approx. 3&3/8 inches in diameterfrank
Velie_NPPB_4_B.jpg
Velie_NPPB_4_B.jpgVelie105 viewssidefrank
Vermorel_NPCB_1_A.jpg
Vermorel_NPCB_1_A.jpgVermorel101 views DESCRIPTION: Nickel plated cast brass threaded hub cap for a Vermorel automobile built in France between the years of 1908 and 1930.
SIZE: The cap has an outside diameter of 3 5/16” and is 1 5/16” high.
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Vermorel_NPCB_1_B.jpg
Vermorel_NPCB_1_B.jpgVermorel91 viewsfrank
Vermorel_PB__347.jpg
Vermorel_PB__347.jpgVermoral85 viewsfrank
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Viking_.gifViking156 viewsViking was an automobile manufactured by General Motors' Oldsmobile Division for model year 1929 and 1931.

Viking was part of Alfred Sloan's companion make program introduced to help span gaps in General Motors pricing structure, and was marketed through GM's Oldsmobile division. Viking was one of four makes introduced by General Motors, the other lines (and their GM sister divisions) being Pontiac ([[Oakland Motors| Oakland), Marquette (Buick) and LaSalle (Cadillac). Of the four makes, Viking was the only one priced higher then its "host" make.

Riding an 125" wheelbase, Viking were powered by a monoblock V-8 the first automobile using this type of engine construction. Vikings were available as 4-Door Sedan, Deluxe 4-Door Sedan, Convertible Coupe with Rear Deck Seat, Deluxe Convertible Coupe with Rear Deck Seat, Close-Coupled 4-Door Sedan and Deluxe Close-Coupled 4-Door Sedan.

Viking production for 1929 was 4,058 units and 1930 2,813. GM discontinued the Viking and the Marquette at the end of the 1930 model year, preferring to bet on Oldsmobile and Buick which had better consumer awareness. However an additional 353 units were assembled using existing parts and marketed as 1931 models
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Viking_PA_1_B.jpg
Viking_PA_1_B.jpgViking108 viewsSidefrank
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vulcan_.jpgVulcan 1904409 views1 commentsfrank
Vulcan_CB_1_A.jpg
Vulcan_CB_1_A.jpgVulcan107 views• Description; Cast brass threaded hub cap with a brass insert for an early Vulcan automobile or truck built in Great Britain. Automobiles were produced between the years of 1902 and 1928 and trucks from 1914 to 1953. An American version of the British truck was also produced in the United States from 1913 to 1916. I believe this to be an early truck hub cap based on the fact that it is a large heavy cap and appears to have never been plated.
• Size; The cap has an outside diameter of 4 19/32” and is 2 ¾” high with 3 7/8”- 16 threads. The cap weighs two pounds.
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Vulcan_CB_1_B.jpg
Vulcan_CB_1_B.jpgVulcan 272 viewsSidefrank
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