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Waverley_CA_1_B.jpgWaverley 82 viewshubcapcoJul 16, 2011
Waverley_CA_1_A.jpgWaverley 96 viewsDescription: Cast aluminum threaded cap for a Waverley Electric Automobile built from 1909 - 1916 in Indianapolis Indiana. Hubcap is in very good condition, has original snap ring and by the W it has what appears to be a hole, but in actuality is where the spanner wrench for instalation and removal goes.
Dimension: Hubcap measures about 3 1/8" thread diameter and is about 2" high, threads are in good condition. Made of heavy cast aluminum
hubcapcoJul 16, 2011
Renault_Freres_CB_2_C.jpgRenault Freres96 viewshubcapcoJun 20, 2011
Renault_Freres_CB_2_A.jpgRenault Freres104 viewsDescription: "RENAULT FRERES" (ie Renault Brothers) scripted GREASE CAP, made of solid brass, it is about 2 7/8" or 73 mm in overall diameter and ABOUT 2 9/16" or 65 mm in diameter at the threaded section.

Note the familiar Renault logo emblem in miniature between the "S" and "R" on the face.

I'm uncertain what models suits but I'm fairly certain it is pre 1909 because "Renault Frères" became "Société des Automobiles Louis Renault" in 1909 following the death of Louis Renault’s two brothers
hubcapcoJun 20, 2011
Cunningham_NPCB_4_C.jpgCunningham87 viewshubcapcoJun 06, 2011
Cunningham_NPCB_4_A.jpgCunningham105 viewsDescription : Here's a CUNNINGHAM threaded hubcap. This cap is made of plated brass
Dimension : measures about 4-3/4" across the threads
hubcapcoJun 06, 2011
Dorris_NPCB_3_C.jpgDorris 1915-2090 viewshubcapcoJun 06, 2011
Dorris_NPCB_3_B.jpgDorris 1915-2086 viewshubcapcoJun 06, 2011
Dorris_NPCB_3_A.jpgDorris 191593 viewsDescription : This is a nickel plated hubcap for a Dorris automobile or truck. Dorris was a quality automobile built in St. Louis from 1906 into the 1920's. The cars were built in limited numbers, and to very high standards, by one of America's automotive pioneers. I believe this hubcap to be correct for vehicles from approximately 1915 to 1920. The hubcap is a heavy brass casting.

Dimension: This is a large hubcap with 4 3/4 inch threads, and the hex head measures 2 1/4 inches across.
hubcapcoJun 06, 2011
Pasco_NPPB_1_C.jpgPasco Wheel94 viewshubcapcoJun 02, 2011
Pasco_NPPB_1_A.jpgPasco97 viewsDescription: Nickle plated brass cap for a Pasco wheel. This one was originally fitted to a Star

Dimension: 3 inches diameter and 3/4 inch high
hubcapcoJun 02, 2011
Grant_Six_Radiator_Badge.jpgGrant Six Radiator Badge 191485 viewsChampleve 1914 Grant Six Model G radiator trim emblem in fair condition. This extremely rare piece measures 2 3/8 in. by 1 5/16 in
hubcapcoMay 19, 2011
Chandler_1921_Radiator_Badge.jpgChandler Radiator Badge 1921167 views1921 champleve Chandler radiator mblem This curved piece measures 2 5/8 in. by 1 1/4 in.hubcapcoMay 19, 2011
Cole_8_Radiator_Badge.jpgCole 8 Radiator Badge 1910127 viewsChampleve 1910-1920's Cole 8 "The Standardized Car" radiator emblem . This rare piece measures 1 1/2 in. in diameter.hubcapcoMay 18, 2011
Handley_Knight_Radiator_Badge.jpgHandley Knight125 viewsRadiator badge from a Handley-Knight made by Handley Motors Inc, Kalamazoo, Mich 1921-23.. Bought out by Checker Cab in 1923hubcapcoMar 01, 2011
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