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Whippet_PA_3_A.jpgWhippet 1929/30 Model 96A and 98A91 viewsWhippet Dog Hubcap - Wood Wheels for 2 1/2" x 16 TPI hub
The dog style hubcap can be found on some 1929/30 Whippet 96A and 98A.
It is not as common as the same style cap with the word "Whippet"
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Whippet_PA_4_A.jpgWhippet 1929/30 Whippet 96A and 98A125 viewsWhippet Hubcap - Wood Wheels for 2 1/2" x 16 TPI hub. 1 1/2" tall, 3 15/16 diameter.
This style hubcap was used on 1929/30 Whippet 96A and 98A.
The second series of Whippet 96A (introduced September 1930) used different hub caps.
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Whippet_PA_5_A.jpgWhippet 1931 Model 96A93 views• Description; Pressed aluminum threaded hub cap for a Whippet automobile. My notes show this cap as being used on the Whippet model 96A for 1931 and it is a very rare hub cap.
• Size; The cap has an outside diameter of just over 4 5/16” and is 1 5/8” high with 2 ½”- 16 threads.
white.jpgWhite Type 'O' Touring (1909)79 views White USA 1899 1910 The White Company, Cleveland Ohio (steamcars)frank
White_CPCFe_1_A.jpgWhite Truck77 views• Description; Chrome plated cast iron threaded hub cap for a White truck.
• Size; The cap has an outside diameter of 5 ½” and is just under 2 ¼” high with 4”- 12 threads.

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White_NPPS_1_A.jpgWhite76 views• DESCRIPTION: Plated pressed steel threaded hubcap for a White gas automobile or early truck. White started building commercial vehicles in 1902 and gasoline powered cars in 1910.
• SIZE: The cap has an outside diameter of just under 3 1/4” and is about 1 7/16” high with 2 7/8”- 20 external threads.
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White_Steamer.jpgWhite Steamer133 views1 commentsfrank
White_Steam_1_PB_B.jpgWhite Steam75 viewsSidefrank
Wills.jpgWills Story117 viewsChilde Harold Wills was the chief metallurgist for Henry Ford, and when he left Ford in 1921, he got a severance check for a million and a half dollars, that he used to start a car company under his own name. The Sainte Claire comes from the location of his factory in Marysville, Michigan, on the Sainte Claire River. He was a perfectionist and his cars were incredibly engineered and as a result, also very expensive and the company only lasted until 1927. His top of the line car was the "GREY GOOSE". frank
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