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Moon_unknown_1_A.jpgMoon95 viewsunknownDKuhn
Thomas_PB_1_A.jpgThomas 1902-1919101 viewsDescription: Pressed brass threaded hubcap for a Thomas. The name Thomas Flyer was applied to all cars from 1905 onwards. The K-6-70 with a 72hp 6-cylinder engine won the 1908 New York to Paris race.

Westcott_PA_2_A.jpgWestcott137 viewsdimensions not knownDKuhn
Johnson_CA_2_A.jpgJohnson114 viewsAftermarket hubcap with grease nipple for T Ford, Brush etc. This cap is different from CA_1_A in that it is from Chicago and is PAT. PEND.DKuhn
Anhut_1909-10.jpgAnhut140 viewsDescription: Brass insert in possibly NPPB threaded hubcap for an Anhut produced by the Anhut Motor Car Co, Detroit 1909-1910.DKuhn
Rauch-Lang_CB_2_A.jpgRauch & Lang76 viewsDescription: NPPB threaded cap for a Rauch & Lang, ClevelandDKuhn
Jelbart_CB_1_A.jpgJelbart134 viewsDescription: Cast brass threaded cap from the Australian designed and built Jelbart.
Frank and George Jelbart registered their business in Ballarat, Victoria in 1911. They had been working on their air scavenger engine for some time and took out a patent in 1909. They produced one of Australia's first combustion engines and within a few years had several models available. Around 1914 they fitted one of the engines to their first tractor and continued producing them until the mid 1920's. They were all basically the same but were fitted with a variety of their innovative engines. A peculiarity of one of these engines was the stepped piston that was used. The firm had its financial problems but continued for several years in a small way after tractor production ceased in about 1926. You can see the Australian made Jelbart at, Gulgong Museum, Swan Hill Pioneer Settlement, Temora Rural Museum, Booleroo Centre.
Rochet-Schneider_2_C.jpgRochet Schneider86 viewsDKuhn
Queen_CB_1_C.jpgQueen129 viewsDKuhn
Meisenhelder_CFe_2_.JPGMeisenhelder Front Wheel134 viewsE.M.M are the builder's initials (Roy M. Meisenhelder)

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Babcock_CB_2.jpgBabcock292 viewsH.H. Babcock Co, Watertown, N.Y (1909-1913) . The Babcock line included a motor buggy with a 2 cyl engine as well asa conventional car with a 35/40 hp 4cyl engine.DKuhnFeb 23, 2014
Meisenhelder_CFe_1_.jpgMeisenhelder Cast for emblem137 viewsWooden pattern with an aluminium insert for casting of bumper medallions as shown in the photograph of the only known surviving vehicleDKuhnNov 16, 2013
Meisenhelder_CFe_2_.JPGMeisenhelder Front Wheel134 viewsE.M.M are the builder's initials (Roy M. Meisenhelder)
DKuhnNov 16, 2013
Meisenhelder-6-55_NPCFe_1.jpgMeisenhelder Front Wheel147 viewsDKuhnNov 16, 2013
19_Meisenhelder-6-55.jpg1919 -1924 Meisenhelder136 viewsRoy M. Meisenhelder's Sheet Metal, Auto and Body Works, based in York, PA, was in business from 1919 through 1924. They were primarily a coachbuilder and did body repairs. They produced four cars based on the Paige chassis. This is the only known example. A unique automobile featuring a roadster body, V-shaped custom radiator, unique built-in running lights, custom split windscreen, cast-alloy running boards with running board seats, three spare tires, rear mounted trunk and a host of unusual items that Roy cast himself. Those items included hubcaps, interior trim rims, lanterns and bumper brackets. Many of the original casting molds used still exist, and are displayed with the car. It was owned by a collector in York, PA, until the current owner purchased the car in 2008.

This one-off runabout is adorned with gadgets and refinements, including a stylish split windshield, side lamps over the turned-up running boards, and an air vent in the cowl. The polished disc wheels add to its unique period style. During the 1920s many individuals built their own automobiles but few of these cars remain in great condition.
DKuhnNov 16, 2013
Queen_CB_1_C.jpgQueen129 viewsDKuhnJan 04, 2009
Queen_CB_1_A.jpgQueen127 viewsDescription :This is a "super rare" Queen threaded hubcap made in Detroit Michigan from 1904 - 1906. Measurements: Measures about 2 5/8" diameter with perfect threads and is 1 3/4" highDKuhnJan 04, 2009
Demot_NPPB_1_C.jpgDemot110 viewsDKuhnJun 06, 2008
Demot_NPPB_1_A.jpgDemot116 viewsDescription: This is a threaded brass Demot threaded hubcap, someone painted the letters red. The Demot was made in Detroit from 1910 - 1911.

Dimension: Diameter measures 2 1/8" and is 1 7/8" high.
DKuhnJun 06, 2008
Ceirano_1_A.jpgCeirano208 views1 commentsDKuhnFeb 11, 2008