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American_Austin_PA_1_A.jpgAmerican Austin48 views• Description; Pressed aluminum threaded hub cap for an American Austin automobile built in Butler, Pennsylvania between the years of 1930 and 1935
• Size; The cap has an outside diameter of 3 ½” and is 1 5/8” high with 2 3/16”- 16 threads.
Dodge_8_PA_2_A.jpgDodge 827 viewsALUMINIUM THREADED HUBCAP. . OVERALL 4" THREAD 2-1/2", HEIGHT 2". hubcapco
Reo_CA_1_B.jpgReo21 viewsSidefrank
Reo_PA_1_B.jpgReo19 viewsSidefrank
Studebaker_.jpgStudebaker 191743 viewsFound in western NSW. Restored by Roy Wheeler. A great vehicle1 commentsfrank
Holmes_PA_1_A.jpgHolmes44 viewsThe threads measure approx. 3 inches ID. The cap is 3 3/4 inches in diameter and stands approx. 1 1/2 inches tall.frank
Wagon_Jeannisson_CB_1_C.jpgJeannisson Wagon cap41 viewsDKuhn
Mathis_gold.gifMathis29 viewsThe first car marketed under his own name was the Hermes (or Hermes- Simplex) designed for him by the young Bugatti and built at Grafenstaden. Current for 1905-06, it was built in 28, 40, and 98 hp forms, a11 being Mercedes-like cars with chain drive. Then designer and racing-driver Esser created cars of 2025cc and 2253cc which were built under license from Stoewer.

The first true Mathis appeared in 1913, in the guise of the 951cc (soon enlarged to 1029cc) Babylette. A 1131cc version appeared in 1914 forming the basis of post-war production. Other pre-1914 Mathis included the Baby, with engine and gearbox in unit, built in 1327cc and 1406cc models, plus two sv models of 1850cc and 3453cc and a 4.4-litre Mathis-Knight. The famous London store Harrods sold the Babylette under its own name. Post-war; with Alsace now in France, the small Mathis cars were built at a prodigious rate, and the marque soon became the fourth biggest in its new homeland.

In 1921 came the vee-radiatored SB ohv 1.5 litre developed from an ohc racer; while Mathis countered the 5 cv Citroen with a basic car of 760cc, which had electric lighting but no instruments or differential. like the other little Mathis, it featured a four speed gearbox. Since 1920, Mathis had been experimenting with small sixes, the first production model of only 1188cc appearing in 1923. There was even a 1.7 litre ohc straight-eight in 1925, a depressing and gutless machine.
After producing a bewildering variety of small cars Mathis pursued a single-model policy in 1927 with the 1.2 litre four-cylinder sv MY joined the next year by the 1.8 litre Emysix. These stolid machines set the pattern for the early 1930s, though in 1930 there were bigger sixes of 2.4 and 4.1 litres, and 1931 saw two short-lived straight-eights. The larger of these, Type-FOH, was of 3.litres.

The more modern Emyquatre, with ifs and synchromesh; appeared in 1933, but its Emyhuit sister had only just appeared when production of Mathis cars was ousted by the Matford: Mathis regained his factory just before the war, and resumed activity in 1946, after an attempt to interest the Americans in plastics-bodied cars.

His post-war projects, an Andreau-styled three-wheeler and a 2.8 litre fwd flat-six, failed to reach production.

His plant was bought by Citroen in 1954.

Lincoln_NPPB_4_A.jpgLincoln30 viewsDescription: Nickle plated brass cap for 1920's Lincoln

Dimension: measure approx 3 5/16 inches ID, it stands approx 1 1/8 inches tall
Essex_Super_Six_Radiator_Badge.jpgEssex Super Six54 views It is 50mm across at it,s widest point and is marked Robbins co Attleboro on the back and is in great conditionfrank

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Peerless_CB_1_A.jpgPeerless_CB_1_A11 viewsDescription: Cast Brass with an aluminum insert

Dimensions: 4 1/8” OD X 2 1/8” High with 3 3/8” – 16 Threads per inch. 2 ½” across flats and weighs 1 lb. 11 ounces
hubcapperApr 18, 2014
Babcock_CB_2.jpgBabcock14 viewsH.H. Babcock Co, Watertown, N.Y (1909-1913) . The Babcock line included a motor buggy with a 2 cyl engine as well asa conventional car with a 35/40 hp 4cyl engine.DKuhnFeb 23, 2014
image~7.jpg1919 Detroit Electric29 views1919-1920's Detroit Electric. Pressed brass nickel plated with nickel plated brass emblem.
Overall diameter: 3 1/4"
Thread diameter: 2 1/2"
Height: 1 3/4"
jakelJan 10, 2014
image~6.jpgDetroit Electric (side)15 viewsjakelJan 10, 2014
image~5.jpgDetroit Electric (Back)17 viewsjakelJan 10, 2014
image~4.jpgWillys 618 views1920's Willys 6. Pressed aluminum.
Overall diameter: 3"
Thread diameter: 3"
Height: 1 1/2"
jakelJan 10, 2014
image~3.jpgWillys 6 (Side)15 viewsjakelJan 10, 2014
image~2.jpgWillys 6 (Back)19 viewsjakelJan 10, 2014
REO_PA_5_A.jpg1927-1928 REO15 views1927-1928 REO. Similar to 1927-1928 Wolverine caps but with REO emblem. Pressed aluminum.
Overall diameter: 3 1/4"
Height: 2"
jakelJan 10, 2014
REO_PA_5_B.jpg1927-1928 REO (side)12 viewsjakelJan 10, 2014