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Albion_NPPS_1_A.jpg
Albion_NPPS_1_A.jpgAlbion_NPPS_1_A185 views• DESCRIPTION: Nickel plated pressed steel threaded hub cap with a brass insert with two Celtic motifs for an Albion vehicle made in Glasgow.
• SIZE: The cap has an outside diameter of 5 1/8” at the flange, 2.702” high and 3.392 at the top.
• WEIGHT: 2 lb 12 oz (1250 g)
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Alldays_and_Onions.jpg
Alldays_and_Onions.jpgAllday and Onion188 views1906 Alldays
2 Cylinder - 10 H.P.
Made by: ALLDAYS & ONIONS
Birmingham, England

Owned by: John & Judy Teniswood
Kingston, Tasmania, Australia


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Alldays_and_Onions_NPPS_1_A.jpg
Alldays_and_Onions_NPPS_1_A.jpgAlldays & Onions126 viewsOD at flange 65mm (2 9/16") Diam across flats of hexagon 50mm (2")
Height from base of flange (i.e. contact with hub) to top of dome 25mm ( 1")
Height from top of flange to top of dome 20mm ( 51/64")

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Alldays_Onions_logo.gif
Alldays_Onions_logo.gifAlldays & Onions 1898-191897 viewsThe oddly-named Alldays & Onions was an English automobile that was manufactured from 1898 to 1918. The car was a product of Alldays & Onions Pneumatic Engineering Co. of Birmingham, a company founded in 1889 by the merger of the long established Onions (dating from 1650) and Alldays (dating from 1720) engineering companies. Like many such companies they turned to bicycle manufacture and sold a range under the Alldays name. They also started making motorcycles in 1903 under the Alldays-Matchless name, this had no connection with the London based Matchless company, and in 1915 presumably following representations from them, the name was changed to Allon.

Manufacture of these continued until 1927. In 1898 they made their first car, the Traveller but series production did not start until 1903/4 with the 7hp model. Larger commercial vehicles of up to 5 tons were also made in the years preceding the first World War and saw service during the conflict.

Alldays & Onions merged with Enfield, a company they had owned since 1907 and produced cars called Enfield-Allday until 1925.

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Allen_model_41.jpg
Allen_model_41.jpgAllen 1921 Model 43141 viewsIn its 9 years of production ( 1914-22) the Allen was a popular 4 cyl car. 20,000 units in both open and closed models were sold. The engine was a 3.1 litre side valve unitfrank
Allen_NPPB_1_A.jpg
Allen_NPPB_1_A.jpgAllen 170 views• Description; Nickel Plated Pressed brass threaded hubcap for an Allen automobile built in Fostoria and Columbus, Ohio between the years of 1913 and 1922.
• Size; This cap has an outside diameter of 2 13/16” and is 1 13/16” high, 2 5/8 thread
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Allen_NPPB_1_B.jpg
Allen_NPPB_1_B.jpgAllen155 viewsfrank
Allen_NPPB_1_C.jpg
Allen_NPPB_1_C.jpgAllen94 viewsfrank
Alvis.jpg
Alvis.jpgAlvis 12/50 car104 viewsfrank
Alvis_CA_1A_A.jpg
Alvis_CA_1A_A.jpgAlvis130 viewsfrank
Alvis_CA_1_A.jpg
Alvis_CA_1_A.jpgAlvis Speed 20162 viewsDescription: Aluminium grease caps for Alvis Speed 20 (SA & SB I think) /Silver Eagle also. Flat aluminium type. Not chromed, which is correct.

Size: At thread 2 ¼ in, 2 7/16 diameter, 2 5/8 at sextant, 1 inch high
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Alvis_CA_1_b.jpg
Alvis_CA_1_b.jpgAlvis172 viewsfrank
Alvis_CA_1_C.jpg
Alvis_CA_1_C.jpgAlvis121 viewsfrank
Alvis_CA_2_A_jpg.jpg
Alvis_CA_2_A_jpg.jpgAlvis120 viewsDescription. Aluminium threaded hubcap for an Alvis
Dimension: 2" across the sextant, 1 1/4" high and 2 1/4" at threads
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Alvis_CA_2_B.jpg
Alvis_CA_2_B.jpgAlvis89 viewsfrank
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