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Hupmobile_PA_2_B.jpg
Hupmobile_PA_2_B.jpgHupmobile_1928M162 viewsSide View of 1928 Model M Hupmobilefrank
Alvis_CA_1_A.jpg
Alvis_CA_1_A.jpgAlvis Speed 20162 viewsDescription: Aluminium grease caps for Alvis Speed 20 (SA & SB I think) /Silver Eagle also. Flat aluminium type. Not chromed, which is correct.

Size: At thread 2 ¼ in, 2 7/16 diameter, 2 5/8 at sextant, 1 inch high
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Buick_CPPA_2_A.jpg
Buick_CPPA_2_A.jpgBuick 1931162 viewsDescription: Buick screw on hub cap, I think from a 1931 Master 8.
Size: It is 4 " diameter at the widest point and a 2 7/8 dia.
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Houk_Crow_Elkhart_1_A.jpg
Houk_Crow_Elkhart_1_A.jpgCrow Elk-Hart Houk162 views1911-1923frank
Elcar_NPPB_2_A.jpg
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
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Daimler_Mercedes_NPCB_1_C.jpg
Daimler_Mercedes_NPCB_1_C.jpgDaimler Mercedes161 viewsfrank
Locomobile_CB_2_A.jpg
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.
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Krit.jpg
Krit.jpgKRIT160 views1 commentsfrank
BSA_Wire_Wheel_Daimler_1_C.jpg
BSA_Wire_Wheel_Daimler_1_C.jpgBSA Demountable Wire Wheel for a Daimler160 viewsRear showing part of the locking mechanismfrank
Panhard_Levassor_CB_1_A.jpg
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.
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Hupmobile_PA_3_B.jpg
Hupmobile_PA_3_B.jpgHupmobile 1929 Model A159 viewssidefrank
Belsize.jpg
Belsize.jpgBelsize 1909 159 viewsBelsize 14/161 commentsfrank
De_Dion.jpg
De_Dion.jpgDe Dion 1908159 views1908 De Dion Bouton VCCA Vic1 commentsfrank
Templar_CB_1_B.jpg
Templar_CB_1_B.jpgTemplar159 viewsfrank
Regal_.jpg
Regal_.jpgRegal 1911 Underslung158 viewshttp://www.zakiras.com/EDB_Racing/EDB_Racing_DetailCars.asp?id=10

This Detroit built car was a relatively inexpensive alternative to the Mercer Raceabout. Regal was famous for their “underslung” upside down chassis frame. Note that the leaf springs are above the chassis, not below it. This construction significantly lowered the car making it a very sleek design for its day.

One interesting feature of this car is that the transmission is inside the rear axle.
Engine is four cylinders, 300 cubic inches producing about 35 bhp.
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