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Mort_CA_1_A.jpgMort 1923151 viewsDescription: Threaded cast aluminium cap from a 1923 Mort. The Mort Motor Co in Piqua, Ohio ( 1923-1926) was a division of Meteor.

Dimensions: Diameter of 3 5/8", 2 1/4" high, 2 11/16" inner diameter at threads and 2" across the sextant
1 commentsfrank11/12/07 at 13:53frank: Mort's products were chiefly ambulances and he...
King_NPPB_2_A.jpgKing154 viewsDescription : Nickel plated brass screw on hubcap.

Dimension From what I can find I think this is Hayes threaded hubcap for a King automobile. OD is 3 13/16"...2" tall.....
1 commentsfrank11/02/07 at 15:51frank: 1917 - King Motor Car Co., Detroit. The Challenger...
Locomobile_CB_2_A.jpgLocomobile USA, 1909-13 mod 30 & 1911-13 mod 48160 views• Description; Very early cast brass threaded hub cap with a brass insert for a Locomobile automobile built in Bridgeport, Connecticut between 1900 and 1929. This cap fits the 1909 - 1913 model 30 and 1911 - 1913 model 48 front wheel.
• Size; The cap has an outside diameter of about 4 1/4” and is 2 1/2” high with about 3 7/8”- 16threads and is 2 1/2" across the flats.
1 commentsfrank10/30/07 at 00:37vblkshadow: It fits a 1909-1913 Model 30 and 1911- to ? Model ...
Elcar_NPPB_2_A.jpgElcar 1916162 viewsDescription: Nickel plated pressed brass threaded hubcap for an Elcar produced in Elkhart , Ind for the 1916 season. Prior to 1916 they were known as Sterlings.
Dimension: 2 3/4" across the threads, 1 7/8" high and 2 1/8" across the sextant
1 commentsfrank10/23/07 at 10:47frank: From 1909-1915 the products of the Elkhart Carriag...
Panhard_Levassor_CB_1_A.jpgPanhard Levassor_CB_1_A159 viewsDESCRIPTION: Cast brass threaded hubcap for a Panhard Levassor automobile built in Paris France from 1889 through 1967. I believe this is a very early cap as it appears to have never been plated.
SIZE: The cap has an OD of 3 3/8” and is about 1 9/16” high with 2.895” external threads.
1 commentsfrank09/30/07 at 16:46frank: fke wordlocker
Citroen_NPPS_1_A.jpgCitroen138 viewsDescription: Steel threaded cap for a Citroen. May have been nickel plated but difficult to tell as cap was buried.

Size: 3 1/8" diameter, 2" high and 1 1/2" across the sextant
1 commentsfrank08/30/07 at 12:36frank: Same dimensions as CA_2
McLaughlin_Buick_PA_2_A.jpgMcLaughlin Buick232 views• Description; Pressed aluminum threaded hub cap for a McLaughlin Buick automobile built in Canada between the years of 1923 and 1942.
• Size; The cap has an outside diameter of just over 2 7/8” and is 1 11/16” high with 2 13/16”- 16 threads.
1 commentsfrank08/27/07 at 17:15Wheeler: what a beauty
Maudsley_PB_1_A.jpgMaudsley123 views1902-231 commentsfrank08/24/07 at 21:00Frank: Maudsley Motor Coy was a branch of an engineering ...
Smith_Flyer.jpgSmith Flyer184 views1915-181 commentsfrank08/21/07 at 16:06Frank: The Smith Flyer was an American automobile manufac...
Spyker.jpgSpyker127 views1905 18HP1 commentsfrank08/21/07 at 15:48Frank: Spyker was a Dutch car manufacturer, started in 18...
Napier_T28_Colonial_Tourer_1911.jpgNapier 1911133 viewsT28 Colonial Tourer1 commentsfrank08/21/07 at 15:41Frank: David Napier, whose family were originally from Sc...
Morris_1914.jpgMorris 1914133 viewsOxford
1 commentsfrank08/21/07 at 15:39Frank: William Morris (1877-1963) operated a cycle shop i...
Valveless.jpgValveless138 viewsThe example on show at the Tolson Museum, Ravensknowle Park, Huddersfield was rescued from a scrap heap in Australia and is the only fully-restored example of the Valveless in the country.1 commentsfrank08/21/07 at 11:15Frank: The Valveless was an English automobile manufactur...
Sizaire_Naudin.jpgSizaire Naudin 1909125 viewsVCCA NSW1 commentsfrank08/21/07 at 11:06Frank: Sizaire-Naudin began around 1905 with basic single...
Humber_1912.jpgHumber 1912139 views1 commentsfrank08/21/07 at 07:34Frank: The first car was produced in 1898 and was a three...
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