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Elcar_NPPB_3_A.jpgElcar198 viewsIt meas. 4 3/16" in dia by 2 3/8" high. 1 commentsfrank03/27/08 at 16:15frank: The Elcar was an American automobile manufactured ...
Cartercar_NPPB_3A.jpgCartercar 1906-1919192 viewsDESCRIPTION: Nickel plated pressed brass threaded hubcap for a Cartercar automobile built in Detroit and Pontiac, Michigan between the years of 1905 thru 1915.
SIZE: The cap has an outside diameter of 2 3/4" and is 1 3/4” high with 2 11/16”- 24 threads. It is 1 11/16” across the flats.
1 commentsfrank03/24/08 at 15:17frank: A fairly successful maker of friction-drive cars, ...
Rock_Falls_CB_1_A.jpgRock Falls165 views• Description; Cast brass threaded hubcap for a hearse, ambulance or automobile built by The Rock Falls Manufacturing Company of Sterling, Illinois. Rock Falls was a big name in the funeral industry and they began building motorized funeral cars in 1909. In 1919 they began building automobiles and continued with funeral cars and automobiles until 1925.
• Size; The cap has an outside diameter of 3 13/64” and is 1 1/8” high with 3”- 18 external threads.
1 commentsfrank03/13/08 at 11:36frank: fke
Ceirano_1_A.jpgCeirano208 views1 commentsDKuhn02/11/08 at 11:41frank: An Italian marque which produced from 1919 until 1...
Maibohm_PA_1_A.jpgMaibohm 1916-22131 viewsDescription: Presssed aluminum threaded cap for a Maibohm built in Racine, Wis, 1916-1919 and Sandusky, Ohio 1919-22

The name was changed to Courier in 1922
1 commentsDKuhn02/02/08 at 17:11frank: The name was changed to Courier in 1922
Laurin___Klement.jpgLaurin & Klement 1906-28148 viewsDescription: Cast brass threaded cap for a Laurin & Klement built in Prague

The Laurin Klement was taken over by an armanents firm Skodovy in 1925 and the car became Skoda
1 commentsDKuhn02/02/08 at 17:09frank: The Laurin Klement was taken over by an armanents...
Lexington_NPPS_1_A.jpgLexington187 views• Description; Nickel plated steel hub cap with a nickel plated brass insert for a Lexington automobile built in Lexington, Kentucky and Connersville, Indiana between the years of 1909 and 1927. This Cap is from a 1914-B-55 or 1915 C-55. It was used for only 2 years and then discontinued for an eight sided cap.
Size; The cap has an outside diameter of just under 3 5/16” and is 1 9/16” high with 3 1/8”- 16 threads
1 commentsfrank02/02/08 at 09:01frank: This Cap is from a 1914-B-55 or 1915 C-55. It was ...
Auburn_8.jpgAuburn 1927 209 viewsOne of the most successful of the big American independents, Auburn rose from humble beginnings as a carriage manufacturer in Indiana to the producer of some of the most glamorous cars of the Roaring Twenties, including the famous Speedster.
In 1924, a young Errett Lobban Cord became the General Manager at Auburn and in short space of time had revitalised the company, installing the Lycoming straight-eight engine in existing six-cylinder frames to expand the range with the new 8-63 and 8-88 series in 1925. With stylish looks and two-tone paint schemes, the new Auburns were soon selling very well and in 1927 Cord took three Auburns broke the records for stock cars between 5 and 5,000 miles at Atlantic City Speedway. In 1927, the 8-88 was offered on two wheelbase lengths of 129 and 147-inches respectively, the latter sold only as a tourer or sedan with accommodation for seven passengers. A choice of disc or six-spoke pressed-steel wheels were available, while the 8-88 had four-wheel mechanical brakes and long semi-elliptic springs for a comfortable ride. The Lycoming 4HM straight-eight developed 68 horsepower at 3000 rpm and was capable of pushing the Auburn along at speeds in excess of 60 mph. On 1927 models, the engine was further refined with Nelson Bohnalite pistons, Duraluminium rods and had a five-bearing crankshaft. In total, Auburn sold 14,517 cars in 1927, resulting in a 57 per cent increase in profits over the previous year - an indication of the success the company was enjoying.
1 commentsfrank01/30/08 at 11:54frank: As recently confirmed by the A.C.D. archivist, thi...
Stutz_1928.jpgStutz 1928164 viewsThis beautifully kept Stutz underwent a comprehensive restoration in the 1980s whilst in the hands of marque authority Ben Bronk, who then used the car extensively for touring until 1994. The car then passed into the hands of the present Queensland owner's father and was regularly taken on rallies in both Australia and New Zealand up until two years ago, since when it has been used for weddings, car shows and other appearances. During the restoration, the current fabric Sports Tourer coachwork was fabricated in the style of Weymann and the vehicle still presents in magnificent condition today. The Stutz won the Laurent Perrier Trophy for the Vintage Class at the Australian Concours d'Elegance and must rank as one of the most attractive vintage cars in this country1 commentsfrank01/30/08 at 11:48frank: A native of Ohio, Harry C.Stutz arrived at Indiana...
Dagmar_NPB_1_B.jpgDagmar 1922-23161 viewsCrawford1 commentshubcapco01/13/08 at 17:59DKuhn: Dagmar was also the term given to the round protru...
Michigan_Hearse_1_A.jpgMichigan Hearse188 views1 commentsDKuhn01/13/08 at 17:31DKuhn: Michigan funeral cars were built on an assembled c...
Turner_1_A.jpgTurner 1906-07 1911-30134 views1 commentsDKuhn01/13/08 at 17:24DKuhn: Turner's Motor Manufacturing Coy, Wolverhampto...
Dorris_NPCB_1_A.jpgDorris 1906-26162 viewsDescription: Original Dorris Motor Car Company St. Louis USA hub cap that I believe is for the front wheel.

Dimensions: It measures 3 3/4 inches O.D., 3 7/16 I.D. and 2 1/8 inches tall.
1 commentshubcapco01/08/08 at 10:08hubcapco: Hubcap fron Dorris Motor Car Co, St louis, Mo (190...
Detroiter_CFe_1_A.jpgThe Detroiter185 viewsDescription: Cast iron threaded hubcap for a Detroiter built by Briggs-Detroiter Motor Co, Detroit, Mich, 1912-1917

Dimension: Diameter 95mm, 50mm at the sextant, 52mm high
1 commentsWheeler01/06/08 at 14:54frank: The Briggs-Detroiter (or just the Detroiter) was a...
St_John.jpgTemplar 1917-1924158 viewsDescription: A NPPB threaded cap with a brass insert . Built by the Templar Motor Corp, Cleveland Ohio.1 commentsDKuhn12/25/07 at 08:57DKuhn: Standard equipment in the roadster included a comp...
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