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Technical Hubcap ID ?

Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by porsche930dude, Sep 10, 2019.

  1. porsche930dude
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    I found these old hubcaps in a cleanout hidden under a staircase. Atleast I think they are hubcaps very greasy and dirty. They are steel not brass. Thanks!
     

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  2. I’m gonna day dodge
    But honestly no clue.
    Look neat
     
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  3. Very early, they are along the style of the Model T. HRP

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  5. 62SY4
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    WAG here. Hard to gauge the size they appear to be big. Makes me think wagon, the pattern reminds me of something from Pennsylvania Dutch hex signs.
     
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  7. porsche930dude
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    Good thinking! It seems most of the automotive ones have the name on them so definately could be from a wagon. The house was in the city so its probably not farm machinery
     
  8. Spindle cover....not a hub cap per say....bump up....
     
  9. porsche930dude
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    I asked the hubcap guy on facebutt and he said they are aftermarket model T caps and quite rare. I know a guy with a model-t he is putting solid wheels on so i will see if he needs them. Cool!
     

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