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Massey_Ferguson__1_b.jpgMassey Ferguson173 viewshubcapcoMar 27, 2012
Massey_Ferguson__1_A.jpgMassey Ferduson146 viewsThe Massey Fergson cap is cast brass with an OD of 2” X 1 17/32” high and external threadshubcapcoMar 27, 2012
Valveless_PB__1_A.jpgValveless (Dodson)152 viewsDescription: A pressed brass cap for a Valveless : Lucas Valveless 1901-1914. At the 1911 Olympia Show they shared a stand with the David Brown sponsored Dodson car and in one list they were known as Dodson Valveless

Dimension: The Valveless cap is pressed brass and has an OD of 3” X 1 7/16” high
hubcapcoMar 26, 2012
ArrolJohnston_caps.jpgArrol Johnston200 viewsFour caps of various stages of AJ production including the Arrol Aster.

Located in Dumfries museum
hubcapcoMar 07, 2012
Biddle_CB_3_C.jpgBiddle147 viewshubcapcoFeb 17, 2012
Biddle_CB_3_B.jpgBiddle147 viewshubcapcoFeb 17, 2012
Biddle_CB_3_A.jpgBiddle 1915-1923159 viewsDescription: Biddle Motor Car Co, Philadelphia, Pa. A small luxury car featuring a pointed radiator similar to a Mercedes.

Measures: 2 3/4in top 1 1/8 in height. threads are 2 1/2inside.Riivited plate of brass the cap body looks to be nickel plate The weight is 1/2lb.

hubcapcoFeb 17, 2012
Kissel_Aftermarket_wire_Wheel_1_C.jpgKissel150 views3-5/8" outside diameter threadhubcapcoDec 19, 2011
Kissel_Aftermarket_wire_Wheel_1_A.jpgKissel157 views3-5/8" outside diameter threadhubcapcoDec 19, 2011
Star_Radiator_Badge.jpgStar Radiator Badge119 viewssize.....................2 11/16 inches tall, 3 5/8 inch wing tip span, round shield is 1 3/8 inches diameter
hubcapcoDec 19, 2011
Willys-Knight_Radiator_Badge_1.jpgWillys Knight Radiator Badge130 views2 1/16 inch diameterhubcapcoDec 17, 2011
Kissel_Radiator_Badge_2.jpgKissel Radiator Badge circa 1920s116 views3" diameterhubcapcoDec 17, 2011
Aries_CFe_1_A.jpgAries 1903-1938123 viewsThis French company operated in Courbevoie, Seine. Its first vehicle was a delivery truck powered by a 2 cyl Aster engine and a De Dion-type drive. Asters were used to 1913 and in WW1 made Hispano-Suiza engines. After the war vehicle production of mainly trucks recommenced. hubcapcoDec 03, 2011
Marmon_Buffalo_Wire_Wheel_NPPS_1_C.jpgMarmon126 viewshubcapcoNov 22, 2011
Marmon_Buffalo_Wire_Wheel_NPPS_1_Bjpg.jpgMarmon133 viewshubcapcoNov 22, 2011
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