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Apperson_NPCB_2_A.jpg
Apperson_NPCB_2_A.jpgApperson NPCP 2 A214 views• Description; Heavy nickel plated cast brass threaded hub cap for an Apperson automobile built in Kokomo, Indiana between the years of 1902 and 1926. I believe this is a very early hub cap.
• Size; The cap has an outside diameter of just over 3 ¾” and is 2 ¼” high with 2 11/16”- 24 threads.
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Apperson_NPCB_2_B.jpg
Apperson_NPCB_2_B.jpgApperson NPCB 286 viewsSide viewfrank
Apperson_NPCB_3_A.jpg
Apperson_NPCB_3_A.jpgApperson NPCB 3112 views• DESCRIPTION: Heavy nickel plated cast brass threaded hub cap with a brass insert for an Apperson automobile built in Kokomo, Indiana between the years of 1902 and 1926.
SIZE: The cap has an outside diameter of 3” and is 2” high with 2 5/8”- 16 threads
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Apperson_NPCB_3_B_1.jpg
Apperson_NPCB_3_B_1.jpgApperson NPCB 3 A89 viewsfrank
Apperson_NPCB_3_C.jpg
Apperson_NPCB_3_C.jpgApperson NPCB 389 viewsBottom viewfrank
Argo_Radiator_Badge_1_A.jpg
Argo_Radiator_Badge_1_A.jpgArgo208 viewsDescription: This is a different company then the Argo Electric that was built in Saginaw, Michigan. This one by Argo Motor Co. was built in Jackson, Michigan between the years of 1914 and 1918 It was built by Benjamin Briscoe and started out as Briscoe’s French cycle car venture under the name of Ajax. It returned to the USA. with only Ajax friction drive and the name being changed and was sometimes referred to as the Argo Motor Vique to make it sound a little more French. Briscoe was going to build the car in New York but moved the company to Jackson Michigan when the Standard Electric plant became available and the Argo became a larger conventional assembled car by 1916. Briscoe sold the works to Mansell Hackett who reorganized as the Hackett Motor Car Company in the fall of 1916 but continued assembling Argo’s from parts on hand as late as 1918. (Info from The Standard Catalog of American Cars)
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Argyll_1914_.jpg
Argyll_1914_.jpgArgyll 1914189 views1 commentsfrank
Argyll_NPCB_2_A.jpg
Argyll_NPCB_2_A.jpgArgyll96 viewsBuilt in Glasgow Scotlandfrank
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armstrong_logo.gifArmstrong Siddeley logo81 viewsfrank
Armstrong_Siddeley.jpg
Armstrong_Siddeley.jpgArmstrong Siddeley147 views1923 14 HP1 commentsfrank
Armstrong_Siddeley_NPCB_1_B.jpg
Armstrong_Siddeley_NPCB_1_B.jpgArmstrong Siddeley77 viewsSidefrank
Armstrong_Siddeley_NPCB_2_B.jpg
Armstrong_Siddeley_NPCB_2_B.jpgArmstrong Siddeley74 viewsSidefrank
Armstrong_Siddeley_NPCB_3_A.jpg
Armstrong_Siddeley_NPCB_3_A.jpgArmstrong Siddeley88 viewsDescription. Threaded NPPB hubcap for an Armstrong Siddeley . On right hand side is NPCB_1

Dimension: For the smaller left hand cap: 2 1/4" across the top, 1.08" tall with 2" external threads.
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Armstrong_Siddeley_NPCB_3_B.jpg
Armstrong_Siddeley_NPCB_3_B.jpgArmstrong Siddeley80 viewsfrank
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ArrolJohnston.gifArrol Johnston84 viewsfrank
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