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Cunningham_NPCB_2_B.jpgCunningham92 viewshubcapco
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Cunningham_NPCB_3_A.jpgCunningham123 viewsDescription: NPCB cap for an early Cunningham.

Dimensions: The inside diameter of the threads is 1 7/8 inches.The overall diameter of the hub cap is 3 1/8 inches. The overall heighth is 2 inches
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Cunningham_NPCB_4_A.jpgCunningham106 viewsDescription : Here's a CUNNINGHAM threaded hubcap. This cap is made of plated brass
Dimension : measures about 4-3/4" across the threads
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Dagmar_NPB_1_A.jpgDagmar 1922-3144 viewsDescription: It is for a 1922-1923 Dagmar car built by the Crawford Automobile Company, Hagerstown, MD. This style hubcap was only used in 1922-1923 with a production of only 135 cars built. The company was in business from 1922 to 1926. This hubcap style was used only for two years after Packard put up a fuss and threatened to sue Dagmar for using the hexagonal hubcap that looked like Packards.
Dimension: It is solid brass, weighs 7 pounds, and measures 7 5/8 inches across by 1 7/8 inches tall.
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Dagmar_NPB_1_B.jpgDagmar 1922-23162 viewsCrawford1 commentshubcapco
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Dagmar_NPB_1_B1.jpgDagmar84 viewsThe Dagmar chasis was used on some of the 16 Trackless Highway trains built by McGee from 1917 to 1927for MGM , paramount, Kelly-Springfield Tyres and cigarette comanies. One did a coast to coast tour of USA, then Canada, Europe, then Central and South Amererica and then on to Australia in 1924. The first one was used by the USA Government for WW1 recruiting drives and was later used as a parade vehicle.hubcapco
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Daimler_Mercedes_NPCB_1_A.jpgDaimler Mercedes108 views• Description; Nickel plated cast brass hubcap with a brass insert for a Daimler Mercedes automobile built in Unterturkheim Germany beginning in 1895.
• Size; The cap has an outside diameter of just over 3 1/16” and is about 13/16” high with an outside thread diameter of 2.910”.
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Darracq_PB_1_A.JPGDarracq94 views• Description; Brass threaded hub cap for a Darracq automobile built in Paris between the years of 19 and 19
• Size; The cap has an outside diameter of just under 3.425” at the flange, 3.213” at the external threads 1.666 “ high and 2.116 at the octaganol.
• WEIGHT: 14 ¾ oz (420 g)
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Davis_NPPB_1_A.jpgDavis75 viewsDescription: Nickle plated pressed brass cap for a Davis

Dimension: THREAD: 2 18/32 OD: 2 21/32 HGT: 1 7/8 FLATS: 2 5/16 WIDEST 2 31/32

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Davis_NPPB_1_B.jpgDavis78 viewshubcapco
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