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A4_WW_Wheel_Buick_Buffalo_CA_1_A.jpgA4 WW Wire Wheel Buffalo1459 viewsBuffalo Wire Wheel for Buick. Approx 3 inches at basefrank
Abbott.gifAbbott Motor Co243 viewsThe Abbott-Detroit was an American luxury automobile manufactured between 1909 and 1919. It was considered powerful and well-designed, and had a Continental engine. The cars were guaranteed for life by 1913, when electric lighting and starting had been standardized.

The company closed its doors for good in 1919.
Abbott_Detroit_NPPS_1_A.jpgAbbot Detroit310 viewsDescription: Abbot Detroit NPPS threaded hubcap with brass insert.

Measurement: 3 9/32” OD X 1 ½” H with 3 1/8” threads. 2 5/8” across flats
Abbott_Detroit_NPPS_1_B.jpgAbbott Detroit180 viewssidefrank
Abbot_Detroit_.jpgAbbot Detroit 1912276 views1912 Abbott Detroit Model 44 Touring1 commentsfrank
Adler.jpgAdler253 viewsAdler 5/11 PS Doppelphaeton 19101 commentsfrank
Adler_CB_1_A.jpgAdler195 views• Description; Cast brass threaded hub cap for an Adler automobile built in Germany between the years of 1900 and 1939.
• Size; The cap has an outside diameter of just over 2 13/16” and is just over 2” high.
Adler_CB_1_B.jpgAdler 152 viewsSide viewfrank
Adler_logo.gifAdler178 viewsADLER (Germany) 1900-1940.
Adler built cars with de Dion-Bouton engines and from 1902 its own four-cylinder engines. Driven by Erwin and Otto Kleyer sons of Heinrich Kleyer, founder of Adler, and by Alfred Theves (founder of the ATE piston-ring works), these cars won many sporting events.
Popular models of the 1920s, were 2298cc, 1550cc and 4700cc four-cylinder and 2580cc six- cylinder cars. Gropius and Neuss coachwork was seen on many models, built between 1927 and 1934. They had 2916cc six- cylinder and 3887cc eight-cylinder engines. The front-wheel- drive Trumpf models of the 1930s with 995cc (Trumpf Junior), 1494cc and 1645cc four-cylinder engines, gained many successes in races, including the Le Mans 24 hours.

Among rear-driven Adler cars were the 1943cc "Favorit", the 2916cc six-cylinder "Diplomat" and the 1910cc four-cylinder and 2494cc six-cylinder models with partially streamlined bodywork built until the Second World War. Adler only built motorcycles after World War Two.

Adler_NPCB_1_A.jpgAdler199 viewsfrank
Aero__381_nz.jpgAero197 viewsfrank
Ajax_51_Touring_1925.jpgAjax 1925 Tourer254 viewsAjax 51 1925frank
Ajax_CA_1_A.jpgAjax283 views• Description; Cast aluminum threaded hub cap for an Ajax automobile which was built in Racine, Wisconsin in 1925 and 1926. This car was built by Nash after the LaFayette automobile failed and was renamed as the Nash Light Six on the Ajax’s first anniversary. The Ajax caps are quite rare because the car was only produced for one year. This cap is cast aluminum instead of the normal pressed aluminum and I have never seen a cast one before. It may be either a reproduction or different type and is priced accordingly. It is a very nice looking cap and displays well.
• Size; The cap is 2 7/8” across the flats X 1 7/8” high with 2 5/8”- 16 threads.
Albion_.jpgAlbion260 viewsAlbion A14
Albion discontinued making private cars in 1913 to concentrate on an all-commercial programme. This is one of the last light commercial chassis made by the firm. Note the lack of windscreen, and the side windows for driver protection.
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Albion_1a.JPGAlbion_CB_A_1260 views* Description. Cast Brass threaded hubcap for an Albion built in Glasgow.

* Measurements. 3 1/16” OD X 1 13/32” H with 1.895 external threads.2 7/16” across flats
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