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Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by Graham M, Sep 3, 2012.

  1. Graham M
    Joined: Apr 17, 2011
    Posts: 406

    Graham M
    Member
    from Calgary AB

    Hey guys, at my dads farm I was helping clean out one of the old sheds, and came across a box full of these hubcaps. I need help identifying what years (& models) these are for.
    Since I dont have any use for these (I have a Chev, none of these are Chev/GM) I may as well sell them on here to anybody that needs them. Whats a good asking price as well for the singles, pairs or sets?

    Thanks a ton for offering any advice you can.
    First ones are Pontiacs (pair) one is in okay shape, the other has a few dings. I assume late 50's? I dont know if these two are salvageable.
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    Second set (4) is IHC, I assume these are off of a 40's IHC truck.
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    Same with the last set of 4. Also seem to be from the 50's. These are IHC. Two are very nice, one has a few dings, the other (as you can see by the pic) has been crushed a bit, and almost an oval shape. I dont know if its salvageable, but.....
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    Then I have this single, I assume mid 60's? its in decent shape for its age.
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    These are singles of Ford hubcaps. I assume late 60's 70's?
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  2. Slick Willy
    Joined: Aug 3, 2008
    Posts: 3,011

    Slick Willy
    Member

    the last one is the same as on my '63 ford 300 (galaxie)
     
  3. Graham M
    Joined: Apr 17, 2011
    Posts: 406

    Graham M
    Member
    from Calgary AB

    ^ Aha! and so it is! great thank you. Id be interested to see the story of how we ended up with that one. All these hubcaps are from cars & trucks we've owned at some point.
    Thank you so much BTW.


    Any other ideas as to what everything else is from?

    EDIT: I just found out that other single one (2nd last pic) is also from a Ford truck or Galaxie, mid 60's as well.
     

  4. SquireDon
    Joined: Aug 8, 2010
    Posts: 600

    SquireDon
    Member
    from Oregon

    The mid 60's one that is painted silver and black with the crown in the middle is '68-'70 Ford truck poverty cap. The painted ones were for trucks, and the shiny stainless version were for the cars.
     

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