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Autocar_CB_1_A.jpgAutocar CB 1916-1750 views• DESCRIPTION: Cast brass threaded hub cap with a brass insert for an Autocar truck built in Ardmore, Pennsylvania beginning in 1907. The company was acquired by the White Motor Corp in 1953. This is a 1916-17cap.
• SIZE: It is cast iron and has a brass insert. The outside diameter is 4 5/8” and it is 1 7/8” high. The threads are about 3 7/8”- 16
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Buick_CPPA_1_B.jpgBuick57 viewsSidefrank
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Chalmers_.jpgChalmers 191043 viewsThe Chalmers Motor Car Company was a United States based automobile company which flourished in the 1910s and then faltered in the 1920s post-World War I recession. It merged with the Maxwell automobile company in the early 1920s, and then ended all production in late 1923. The Chalmers Automobile Factory was in Detroit, Michiganfrank
Stanley_1906__106.jpgStanley 190649 viewsfrank
lancia.jpgLancia logo43 viewsLANCIA (Italy) 1906 to date

His first production model, the 2543cc Alpha, appeared in 1907, joined in 1908 by the 3815cc DiAlfa, of which only 23 were made. Lancia ran through the Greek alphabet with the 3117cc Beta ( 1909), followed by the similar Gamma ( 1910) and the 4082cc Delta (1911). The 1912 Eta, also of 4082cc, was the first Lancia with electric lighting. The 4939cc Theta of 1914 was said to be the first European car with standardized electric lighting and starting.

A development, the Kappa, with detachable cylinder head, was Lancia's first post-war model, a narrow-angle V-12 with monobloc ohc engine shown in 1919 failing to reach production. The Kappa was followed by the DiKappa and by the ohc V-8 TriKappa, but these were only a prelude to the classic Lambda, which made its public debut in 1922. This had a narrow-angle V-4 engine of 2124cc, sliding-pillar ifs and integral body/chassis construction. In 1926, the Seventh Series Lambda acquired a 2370cc power unit, enlarged to 2570cc on the Eighth Series of 1928-29.

At the end of 1929, Lancia introduced the more conventional DiLambda, with a 3960cc V-8, and in 1931 replaced the Lambda with the 1925cc ohc V-4 Artena and the 2605cc V-8 Astura (later models were of 2972cc). Unit construction reappeared with the 1196cc Augusta which proved to have outstanding roadholding; and led to Vincenzo Lancia's last classic car, the pillarless Aprilia, introduced just before his death in 1937. A smaller development, the 1091cc Ardea, appeared a little while later.

Smith_Form_Truck_CFe_1_A.jpgSmith Form Truck38 viewsAugust Fruehauf, a Detroit blacksmith, launched an early trailer manufacturing company in 1914, by building a boat trailer for local lumberman Frederick Sibley. Sibley pulled it with a Model-T Ford car that he turned into a one ton truck with a Smith Form-A Truck conversion kit. Impressed that pivoting tractor-trailers maneuvered long, heavy loads through tight quarters, Sibley ordered more trailers for his business. By 1916, Fruehauf was a noted trailer manufacturer.
Dimensions: 4 1/4" diameter, 1 3/4" high, 3 1/2" inner threads, 2 5/8" across the hex. Weighs 1 lb 9 1/4 oz

RR_NPCB_3_A.jpgRolls Royce 191232 viewsDescription: Nickle plated brass hub cap for a Silver Ghost 1912

Dimension: 3-9/16” outside diameter, 3-5/16” across the flats, 3-7/16” thread OD, 16 threads per inch

Chandler_1921_Radiator_Badge.jpgChandler Radiator Badge 192170 views1921 champleve Chandler radiator mblem This curved piece measures 2 5/8 in. by 1 1/4 in.hubcapco

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Peerless_CB_1_A.jpgPeerless_CB_1_A35 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.jpgBabcock36 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 Electric54 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)33 viewsjakelJan 10, 2014
image~5.jpgDetroit Electric (Back)31 viewsjakelJan 10, 2014
image~4.jpgWillys 632 views1920's Willys 6. Pressed aluminum.
Overall diameter: 3"
Thread diameter: 3"
Height: 1 1/2"
jakelJan 10, 2014
image~3.jpgWillys 6 (Side)30 viewsjakelJan 10, 2014
image~2.jpgWillys 6 (Back)36 viewsjakelJan 10, 2014
REO_PA_5_A.jpg1927-1928 REO37 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)29 viewsjakelJan 10, 2014