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Alvis_CA_2_C.jpgAlvis113 viewsunderview and greasefrank
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american_austin.jpgAmerican Austin116 viewsAmerican Austin. The Bantam became the forerunner to the Jeep when the company won the trials to develop a vehicle for the US Armyfrank
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American_Austin_PA_1_B.jpgAmerican Austin102 viewsSide viewfrank
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American_LaFrance_NPPB_1_B.jpgAmerican La France109 viewsfrank
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American_LaFrance_NPPB_1_C.jpgAmerican La France94 viewsfrank
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American_LaFrance_NPPB_2_A.jpgAmerican LaFrance 1910-30107 views• Description; Nickel plated pressed brass threaded hub cap for an American LaFrance fire engine for the period between 1910 and 1930.
• Size; The cap has an outside diameter of just under 4 3/16” and is 1 ½” high with 3 ¾”- 16 threads.
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American_LaFrance_NPPB_2_B.jpgAmerican LaFrance side85 viewsSide viewfrank
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American_LaFrance_NPPB_3_A.jpgAmerican LaFrance Experimental129 viewsDescription: This American LaFrance Motor Car hubcap is nickel plated steel with nickel brass insert.

Size: Hubcap measures 3 3/4" outside thread diameter with a 4" overall diameter and is about 1 1/4" high.

I have seen a letter from the Society of Automotive Historians and it states that American LaFrance made experimental cars, three in 1905, three in 1909 and three in 1910. These cars were distinct automobiles and not just cut down fire engines. The '05 and '09 cars were built as Chiefs cars and the 1910 models were used by corporate officers and only one car still exists today. This hubcap is one of only three of its type known to exist.
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American_LaFrance_Speedster_1916.jpgAmerican LaFrance 1916 Speedster106 viewsfrank
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American_Underslung_repro.jpgAmerican Underslung150 viewsfrank
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Anderson_1910.jpgAnderson 191094 viewsDescription: Threaded hub cap from 1910 Andersonfrank
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Anderson_Electric_NPCB_2_A.jpgAnderson Electric196 views The hubcap is marked: "DETROIT, ANDERSON CARRIAGE CO. DETROIT, MICH." In researching "The Standard Catalog of American Cars" one will find several historical marques called "DETROIT", but only one produced by The Anderson Carriage Co., this was the successful: DETROIT (ELECTRIC)!! As the brass center insert for this hubcap reads "ANDERSON CARRIAGE CO." I am led to believe it could be from a very early, and low production car of 1907 - 19111 commentsfrank
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Anderson_Electric_NPCB_2_B.jpgAnderson Electric81 viewsSidefrank
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Apperson_Jack_Rabbit_1916.jpgApperson Jack Rabbit 1916111 viewsIn 1906 the company catalogued a 95 hp (71 kW) four at $10,500. The next year the first of the famed Jackrabbit speedsters rolled off the line; this was a 60 hp (45 kW) that sold for $5000. For a time, the entire range was known as the "Jack Rabbit" - in 1913 a 32.4 hp (24 kW) four and a 33.7 hp (25 kW) six were listed, and a 33.8 hp (25 kW) 90 degree V-8 of 5.5 L (5502 cc/335 in³) followed in 1914.

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Apperson_Jack_Rabbit__Cast_Fe_1_A.jpgApperson "Jack Rabbit" 1917141 viewsDescription :This is a heavy cast iron Apperson Bros Kokomo Ind threaded hubcap in perfect condition with near perfect plating, these are normally found all rust.

Size: Cap has a 3 1/4" thread diameter which are in perfect condition and is 2 1/4" high
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