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  1. I have a lot of parts I picked up and most are NOS, many are in the box or have part numbers attached. The problem is I don't have a way of looking up these parts. How can I find out what they fit? I didn't get them for a project, I was just helping a guy that was moving and needed them gone right away.
  2. I have two 1965 Rambler Ambassador Hub Caps for Sale. $100 for the pair. I have pics of them that I can send to you if you send me an email at wades@mountainmanmotors.com. Thanks.
  3. My son found a pair of these while cleaning out a house. I can't seem to identify the logo. Any help would be greatly appreciated. Regards, Rawchop
  4. Hi... I recently purchased a '53 Packard to restore, and one anomaly is that it has mystery hubcaps that don't belong. But I can't seem to figure out what car they'd belong to. I'm hoping I can identify them, in order to sell them off. here's a picture: https://www.flickr.com/photos/22685288@N07/13398862515/
  5. Top dollar paid for four or more very nice or perfect NOS caps! 4O6-57O-9552 6" ID 6 1/2" OD
  6. Qty.4 Oldsmobile 14" rim Wheel Covers $40.00
  7. Hey guys, Recently inherited a bunch of old hubcaps. Got a complete set of these with the airplanes-in-shield logo, just not quite sure what they are. Any help would be appreciated. Thanks!
  8. Ok I have searched myself silly trying to find out information about this hubcap. I found about 20 of them in an old barn and I an clueless when it comes to this type stuff. Can anyone tell me what year and model car/truck/van/bicycle whatever they came from? Also if you know about how much they are worth that would be greatly appereciated.
  9. This photo is of some auto parts in storage at Klondike Gold Rush National Historical Park, in Skagway, Alaska. The guy who owned these never threw anything away and his storage buildings were filled with auto parts, along with many other cool things--and plenty of just trash. The first photo is of what I think are hub caps, one Nash and one ?. The other two are of parts that were half buried in a yard. I've identified the axle as made by Essex Motors--it's on the hubcap. Any suggestions about dates, etc? I'll post more photographs of engines, etc. later. Thanks.
  10. I don't know anything about this other than it might be an enamel emblem from the early 1900's. It's approximately 4 & 1/2". I'm looking to sell this and I have no idea exactly what it is and how much it's possibly worth. I would appreciate any help that anyone can give me! Thanks!!
  11. I, for the life of me, can't remember which car the attached photo of a hubcap belongs to. Maybe someone has a better memory than I. TIA, gilmfilm
  12. 1937 Terraplane Hudson Hubcap (1) - very nice shape - one scratch - most red lettering intact $75.00 USD
  13. 1952-1953 lincoln, hubcap, wheelcover, good used condition, $25. Good to clean up and use as a spare. 336-765-8312, jerry in winston salem, N.Carolina.
  14. If you could ID them that would be great.
  15. I'm in need of at least one 16" truck wheel for my 1952 Dodge Pilothouse's spare tire. This is a 5 lug wheel on a 4.5" circle. I believe mine are 5.5 or 6" wide. Since some of my hubcap clips are missing, I'm also looking for hubcap clips particular to Dodges of that vintage. Not sure if anyone makes those but thought I'd throw it out there, just in case.. Thanks! Email or PM is fine. Rem whybcuz@yahoo.com
  16. Hello, I sell 6 new hubcaps for Reo Royale, made on stainless steel. Photos available.
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