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CGV_Charron_CB_1_A.jpg
CGV_Charron_CB_1_A.jpgC.G.V. Charron; 1901 - 190684 viewsDescription: The C.G.V. was produced by the three partners Charron, Girardot and Voigt from 1901 – 1906 at which time the firm became a British Limited Liability Company and Girardot left the company to sponsor the G.E.M. Petro Electric. From 1907 on, the cars were known only as Charron’s.

Dimension: 3 27/32” OD X 1 5/8” high with 3 5/16” external threads. 3” across the flats.
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Phoenix_CA_3_A.jpg
Phoenix_CA_3_A.jpgPhoenix84 viewsDescription: has an octagon instead of the notch.

Dimension: CA 2 7/8” across octagon X 1 ½” high with 2 3/8” threads.







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Brown_CB_1_B.jpg
Brown_CB_1_B.jpgBrown 83 viewshubcapper
Oldsmobile_CA_11_A.JPG
Oldsmobile_CA_11_A.JPGOldsmobile, USA, Face82 viewsOldsmobile cast aluminum one piece hub cap with an aluminum insert. The cap has an outside diameter of 8" and is 5" high with 2 3/4" - 16 threads. This cap is believed to be a rear wheel cap from the 1914 era.hubcapper
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Simplicia_CB_1_A.JPGSimplicia, USA, Face82 viewsThe Simplicia was built in New Orleans, Louisiana in 1910 by the Simplicia Automobile Company. No examples are known to have survived.
Thie cast brass cap has traces of nickel plating and has an outside diameter of 3 13/64" and is 1 1/4" high with 2 9/16"- 12 threads. It is 2 19/32" across the flats of the octagon.
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Hupmobile_CA_2_C.JPG
Hupmobile_CA_2_C.JPGHupmobile, USA, 1909 - 1913 model 20 Bottom82 viewshubcapper
Hupmobile_CA_4_B.JPG
Hupmobile_CA_4_B.JPGHupmobile, USA, 1909 - 1913 model 20 Side82 viewshubcapper
SayersScoville_NPPB_3_D.jpg
SayersScoville_NPPB_3_D.jpgSayers & Scovell82 viewshubcapper
KRIT_PB_2_C.jpg
KRIT_PB_2_C.jpgKrit82 viewshubcapper
Reo_CFe_1_A.jpg
Reo_CFe_1_A.jpgReo82 viewsDESCRIPTION: Cast iron threaded hubcap that, I believe was used on truck models. I have seen trucks with this hub cap but it may have also been used on some cars.
SIZE: The cap has an outside diameter of 3 ½” and is 2 ½” high with 2 5/8”- 16 threads.
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Willys_Knight_PA_6_B.jpg
Willys_Knight_PA_6_B.jpgWillys Knight82 viewshubcapper
Nash_PA_34_B.bmp
Nash_PA_34_B.bmpNash82 viewshubcapper
Moline_CB_1_B.jpg
Moline_CB_1_B.jpgMoline82 viewshubcapper
Phoenix_CA_3_C.jpg
Phoenix_CA_3_C.jpgPhoenix82 viewshubcapper
Calcott__NPPB_2a.jpg
Calcott__NPPB_2a.jpgCalcott82 viewsDescription: NPPB tall cap for a veteran Calcott.

Dimension: OD of 3 ½” X 2 ¾” high with 3 3/8”- 16 TPI. It is 2” across the flats. It is a much higher cap than NPPB1
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