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Auburn_PA_6_B.jpg
Auburn_PA_6_B.jpgAuburn87 viewsSidefrank
Auburn_PA_7_A.jpg
Auburn_PA_7_A.jpgAuburn87 viewsDescription: Pressed aluminium threaded cap for a 20's Auburn.
Dimension: THREAD: 2 5/8 OD: 2 3/4 HGT: 1 7/8 FLATS N/A WIDEST 3 3/
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Auburn_PA_7_B.jpg
Auburn_PA_7_B.jpgAuburn78 viewsfrank
Auburn_PA_7_C.jpg
Auburn_PA_7_C.jpgAuburn84 viewsfrank
Austin_.jpg
Austin_.jpgAustin 1911172 views1 commentsfrank
Austin_CA_2_A.jpg
Austin_CA_2_A.jpgAustin 192682 viewsDescription: Cast aluminium threaded hub cap for a 1926 Austin

Size: The cap has external threads and is 2.8" (71mm) across the flange, 1.5 " ( 39mm) high, 2" (50mm) across the octaganol and 2.6" (66mm) across the threads
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austin_logo1.jpg
austin_logo1.jpgAustin logo83 viewsfrank
Austin_NPPB_2_A.jpg
Austin_NPPB_2_A.jpgAustin84 views• Description; Nickel plated brass threaded hubcap for an Austin. (The small aluminium one on the left is from a 1922 -25 model and is very small being 1 1/2" across and .62" high)

• Size; The cap has an outside diameter of 2.268“ (58mm) with a height of 1“ (25mm) Width at octaganol 2 “ (50mm)
• Weight: 3 7/8 oz (112 gms)

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Australian_Lincoln_NPCB_1_A.jpg
Australian_Lincoln_NPCB_1_A.jpgAustralian Lincoln146 viewsDescription. Lincoln wire Hayes wire wheel. The Lincoln Motor Car Coy in Sydney (1919-1924) was an attempt to place on the roads of Australia the best of standard components and Australian workmanship, the latter including the radiator design and body. Powered by a Continental 6 cyl engine. The wire wheels were extra cost. The Lincoln Motor Co of Detroit requested the company to drop the Lincoln name in 1923. It was not intimidated. frank
AustroDaimler_CB_1_A.jpg
AustroDaimler_CB_1_A.jpgAustro-Daimler84 viewsDescription: Brass hubcap with external threads for a Austrian Austro-Daimler 1899-1936.
Dimension: 2 3/4" external threads, 1" tall, 2 1/2" across the hex, 3" diameter.
Weight: 11 5/8 oz
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Austro_Daimler_CB_2_A_.jpg
Austro_Daimler_CB_2_A_.jpgAustro Daimler131 viewsDiameter about 3.1/4" at the widest point
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Austro_Daimler_CB_2_B.jpg
Austro_Daimler_CB_2_B.jpgAustro Daimler108 viewsrearfrank
Autocar_CB_1_A.jpg
Autocar_CB_1_A.jpgAutocar CB 1916-17199 views• DESCRIPTION: Cast brass threaded hub cap with a brass insert for an Autocar truck built in Ardmore, Pennsylvania beginning in 1907. The company was acquired by the White Motor Corp in 1953. This is a 1916-17cap.
• SIZE: It is cast iron and has a brass insert. The outside diameter is 4 5/8” and it is 1 7/8” high. The threads are about 3 7/8”- 16
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Autocar_CB_1_B.jpg
Autocar_CB_1_B.jpgAutocar79 viewsSide view of Autocarfrank
Autocar_CB_2_A.jpg
Autocar_CB_2_A.jpgAutocar107 views• DESCRIPTION: Cast brass threaded hub cap with a brass insert for an Autocar truck built in Ardmore, Pennsylvania beginning in 1907. The company was acquired by the White Motor Corp in 1953. I believe this is a very early cap because it is brass instead of cast iron and appears to have never been plated. It also does not have a flange below the octagon which is more common on the late teens and early 1920s trucks.
• SIZE: The cap is 3 5/8” across the flats and 1 7/16” high with 3 7/16”- 16 threads.
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