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  1. I just took off my car's 20 + year-old tires and have a couple questions about which tires/rims came on my '48 Chrysler Windsor. The owner's manual says 7.60 x 15. I know the 15" rims came in two widths, a narrow and a wide. My car has wide rims, but the spare is a narrow rim. That surprised me. It was, as I recall, an old H78 x 15 bias tire. Question 1) Was this narrow spare original (i.e. an early space saver tire, or maybe done later to get a wider tire into the spare tire well)? Question 2) I have read old forum posts that refer to going up to an P225 75 R15 to replace the 7.60 x 15 original. Is this for the narrow or the wide rim? My wide rims had P235 75 R15. I never drove them but a few miles locally, so I can't say I put the through much of a test. Should I drop back to the 225's? Question 3) In my trunk was a hubcap that does not fit my wheels. My hubcaps are 11' across and this hubcap has the same Chrysler script but it is only 10" across. What does that belong to? Question 4) A local tire shop will powder coat my rims for $28 each which seems like a good deal. Would that interfere with the hubcaps or trim rings? I'm inclined to stay with paint as it is original. Any thoughts?
  2. Hello, I am new to the community. I own an antique mall and have recently come across 5 hubcaps I'm trying to identify. I know the manufacturer of two, but wondering if anyone here can help me figure out which cars these went to. I attached the pictures to this thread. Thanks for reading and for any help! Cheers, Mox
  3. Does anyone have any knowledge about the hubcap "skins" that are offered on eBay for $60.00 9for the 11"; they offer the 10" for $50). They say you uncrimp the old skin along the rim and replace it with the new skin. I'd be interested in any experience you might have with them as to quality, installation, etc.
  4. I received this through WPC Club Email, if anyone is interested please reply to him directly through the Email Link. Ian I have a set of four hubcaps for a 1955 DeSoto in very nice original condition. I would like to sell these at a reasonable price if someone in your group could use them. I was thinking $40.00 for the set plus shipping. I have pictures but they are too big for this format. I can be contacted at this email if there is any interest. Darrell Handley
  5. I am building a 55 Hardtop and have the original motor and trans. It ran well when I bought and drove the car home last year. I live in CT I also have the period correct brand new tire/wheel/hubcap complete set. Make me an offer by calling or text to: 860-208-3924 Mark Vaughan
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    What kind of hubcaps?

    I need help identifying what kind of vehicle these hubcaps came from. Thanks.
  7. Could anyone tell me how to identify the correct full stainless trim rings for a '48 Windsor sedan? Now and then I see them, but is there a way to identify a Mopar trim ring as opposed to other makes? Often the sellers are not sure what they have. I bought one on eBay that was supposedly a Mopar in the hopes that I could judge by its fit, but it wasn't even a close fit. Part of my problem is that I'm not even sure if my rims are correct. I have 15" rims with the 11" hubcap. What would be the trim ring's outer and inner diameters for that wheel? Also, what kind of attachment would they have? Does anyone have a picture of the back of such a trim ring? Would there be any identifying marks on a Mopar trim ring?
  8. Hello, I am looking for five steel-spoke "artillery" wheels with hubcaps for our 1932 Studebaker Six Model 55 Convertible Sedan. Does anyone know if these still can be obtained or manufactured? Best regards,
  9. I have searched your site and the internet and can't seem to find any information about the hubcaps I have. I was hoping one of you would look at them and tell me what they are from. I've attached pics of them. There is no writing anywhere on them. They are HUGE like maybe they went on an old truck or something. Do you know anything about them? Thanks so much
  10. Hello, Can anyone help me identify the emblem on this hubcap? It's probably circa 1930. It was was attributed as DeSoto, but I can find no DeSoto emblems like this. Any ideas? Thanks in advance for any info!
  11. 1979-80 Buick Riviera S-Type Hubcaps For Sale - Four 1979-80 Buick Riviera S-Type Hubcaps for sale. Minor imperfections, but otherwise in good condition. Would like to sell as a set or at least in pairs. $30 per hubcap + S&H. Please message if interested! Thanks!
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    Help identify Ford Hubcaps

    A set of 4 of these hubcaps was donated to our non-profit to raise funds in a auction we will be having in the spring. I have searched and been unable to find what they belong to. There was a note taped to one of them that said "Ford 1954 hubcaps", but I still can't identify them. Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thanks
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    For sale: Reo Royale hubcaps

    Hello, I sell 6 new hubcaps for Reo Royale, made on stainless steel. Photos available.
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