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Chev_Bowtie_1929-30PA.jpgChevrolet 192959 viewshubcapco
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Graham_Bros_PA_1_B.jpgGraham Brothers24 viewssidefrank
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Buick__1910_Model-16Tonnea.jpgBuick 1910 Model 1669 views1 commentsfrank
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Pontiac_1929_Series6-29_Big_Six.jpgPontiac 192965 viewsThe first Pontiac car made it's debut in 1926, but the Pontiac division's history actually dates back to 1893, when Edward M. Murphy established the Pontiac Buggy Company in Pontiac, Michigan. This company produced horse drawn carriages. It wasn't long before it became clear that motorcar sales were going to out distance the carriages. In 1907 Murphy started the Oakland Motor Car Company as an offshoot of the buggy company.
In 1909 General Motors acquired half of Oakland Motor Car Company. GM's founder William Durant, a friend of Murphy's, was actually more interested in his talent and expertise than his Oakland cars. But before Durant could use these talents, Murphy died. Shortly after this GM purchased full control of Oakland. The Oakland was very successful car through 1920. Then, a minor economic depression combined with inefficient production weakened Oakland and GM.

General Motors was in disarray by 1920 and Durant who had founded the company 12 years earlier lost control of it again after loosing and regaining control several times before. The problem was that all the company's seven divisions were fighting for the same customers, and none were trying to gain the Model T Fords customers, which had the largest market share.
GM's prices ranged from $795 for the lowest end Chevrolet, to $5,690 for the highest priced Cadillac. Since GM wasn't in the position to go after the Model T, a committee of company executives led by the new GM President Alfred Sloan, decided to create a car to fill a long-standing price gap between Chevrolet and Oldsmobile. Besides being a gap filler this new car would serve as a platform to share vehicle components. This would improve volume efficiency.
The Pontiac was created in 1926 as a replacement to the Oakland.
The Pontiac had the distinction of being the first General Motors car to be designed to fit in a specific market slot.
The first Pontiac was the Series 6-27, debuted at the 1926 New York Auto Show. It was built on a 110 inch wheelbase and it featured a Fisher designed body and a six cylinder Lead engine.

Demand soon outpaced capacity and by mid 1926, the division began plans to build a $15 million assembly plant in Pontiac, Michigan.

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McFarlan_NPPB_2_A.jpgMcFarlan45 viewsNickle plated pressed brass threaded cap for a McFarlan. It measures approx. 2 3/4 ID by 2 inches tallhubcapco
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KRIT_PB_3_A.jpgKRIT 1909-1657 viewsTHREAD: 2 11/16 OD: 2 13/16 HGT: 2 7/8 FLATS 2 7/8 WIDEST 2 13/16hubcapco
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Chic_1_A.jpgChic55 viewsChic Cars Ltd, Adelaide, Australia 1923-1929. These cars were designed by the firm that made Bond and used a Meadows engine. Jeff
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Essex_Terrraplane_Six_Radiator_Badge.jpgEssex Terraplane154 viewshubcapco
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Pierce_Arrow_PA_3_B.jpgPierce Arrow57 viewshubcapco
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Brotherhood_CB_1_A.jpgBrotherhood44 viewsDescription: CB external threaded cap for a Brotherhood built in UK by Brotherhood-Crocker Motors, Ltd 1904-07.

Dimension: 3 1/8" diameter, 3" threads, 3 1/2" high, 2 5/8" across sextant
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Hansa-cb-1-A.jpgHansa Germany 1908-193912 viewsHansa Hub cap . The cap has an OD of 70mm and is 27.5mm high with 64mm threads. It is 55mm across the flats. It is nickel plated cast brass with a brass insert.
frankApr 01, 2016
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Le_Gui_1A.jpgLe Gui 54 viewsThe car was built between the years of 1904 and 1916, in Italy as the Guy and in France as the Le Gui. It was also known in England as the Millard-Le Gui after one of the importers who handled it.
The cap is cast brass with a copper insert and has an OD of 2.680” X 1 1/8” high. It is 2 ¼” across the flats and the OD of the threads is 2.160”
frankMar 08, 2015
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Peerless_CB_1_A.jpgPeerless_CB_1_A86 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
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Babcock_CB_2.jpgBabcock78 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
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image~7.jpg1919 Detroit Electric94 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"
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image~6.jpgDetroit Electric (side)68 viewsjakelJan 10, 2014
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image~5.jpgDetroit Electric (Back)59 viewsjakelJan 10, 2014
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image~4.jpgWillys 668 views1920's Willys 6. Pressed aluminum.
Overall diameter: 3"
Thread diameter: 3"
Height: 1 1/2"
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image~3.jpgWillys 6 (Side)57 viewsjakelJan 10, 2014
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