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Chalmers-Detroit.jpg1908 Chalmers-Detroit194 viewsBrass threaded hubcap for a 1908 Chalmers Detroit.
This succeeded the Thomas-Detroit . In 1907, Hugh Chalmers, VP of National Cash Register Co entered the firm and shortly after bought half the stock from Thomas. Shortly after he became president of the company which became Chalmers-Detroit in 1908 and Chalmers in 1910
Baker_CB_1_A.jpgBaker194 viewsCap provided by D. Kuhn
Dimensions: 2 3/4' outside dia the inside diameter is 2 1/4" and the height is 1/14"
Hupmobile_Radiator_Badge_1925_Model_E.jpgHupmobile_Radiator_Badge_1925_Model_E193 views1925-28 Model Efrank
Minerva.jpgMinerva Type EE 192 views1913 Minerva Type EE Sedan - Australian.

Up to 1910, Minerva concentrated on big four-cylinders, including models of 3.8 and 5.9 litres: then they became the first marque in mainland Europe to adopt the Knight sleeve-valve engine, announcing a 38 hp dual-ignition 6.3 1itre four (King Albert was an early patron) followed shortly by models of 2.3 and 4.25 litres. By the outbreak of World War One, the 38 hp had grown to 7.4 litres. There was also a 2.3 litre Fourteen.

The first post-war model was the 1919 NN 20hp four, joined in 1921 by a 5.3 litre 30 hp six, which acquired four wheel brakes in 1923. The TT of 1923 had a sleeve-valve engine of under 2 litres and central gear-change.

The 30 hp was succeeded by the Type AK 32/34 hp, with a proven sporting image, joined in 1930 by the Type AL straight-eight of 6616cc, but the 1930s saw a gradual decline into oblivion for "the Goddess of Automobiles", which merged with Imperia in 1936.
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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.
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Jeffery_671_Six_1917.jpgJeffery 1917190 viewsJeffery 671 Six 1917 Seven Seater1 commentsfrank
Chevrolet_NPPB_3_A.jpgChevrolet190 views Description; NPPB threaded hub cap for a 1920s Chevrolet automobile.
• Size; The hub cap has an outside diameter of 2 1/4" and is 2 1/8” high and 1 1/2" across the sextant.
Straker_Squire_car.jpgStraker Squire190 viewsJeff
GMC_NPPB_1_A.jpgGMC - General Motors Corporation Truck189 views• Description; Nickel plated pressed brass threaded hub cap for an early GMC truck.
• Size; The cap has an outside diameter of 4” and is 1 ¾” high with 3 5/8”- 16 threads.
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Argyll_1914_.jpgArgyll 1914189 views1 commentsfrank
Ballot_NPPB_1_A.jpgBallot 1921-32189 views1 commentsJeff
Cadillac_NPPB_10_A.jpgCadillac 1908188 viewsDescription: NPPB threaded hub cap for a Cadillac. Notes show this is from a 1908

Dimension: 3 1/2" diameter, 1 7/8" high, 2 1/2" across the octaganol
Michigan_Hearse_1_A.jpgMichigan Hearse188 views1 commentsDKuhn
Michigan_NPPB_2_A.jpgMichigan Hearse188 viewsDescription: The cloisonne emblem soldered to the top of the cap reads, "MICHIGAN HEARSE & MOTOR CO. - GRAND RAPIDS, MICH."

Dimensions: Inside diameter at the threads is 2 1/2 inches. The hex head measures 2 inches across its faces.
Michigan_CB_1_A.jpgMighty Michigan 1908-1914188 viewsDescription: Michigan Buggy Co Kalamazoo, Mich began by making high-wheel buggies but by 1911 was producing low-built tourers and roadsters often referred in advertisements as the Mighty Michigan

Dimension: 3 1/8" diameter, 2 7/8" internal threads, 1 5/8" tall and 2 1/8" across the sextant
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