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Chris Paulsen

Need help identifying Chevrolet threaded hubcaps

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Hi all-

Here are 7 Chevrolet hubcaps I have in my collection. I'd like help identifying what years and models they fit.

If the ones in the top row are #1-4 and the bottom row are #5-7, I think #7 is an after market because the bowtie isn't complete-what do you think?

Thanks,

Chris

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I believe the lower left is 1928 and the lower center is 1929 or 1930.

29 & 30 are very similar, I don't remember the difference.

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The lower center is a 1930 Cap. The 1929 cap has the Chevrolet name inside the Bowtie and is not painted.

The upper left should be nickel plated. It is a 1912-13-14 Cap.

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NEEDED THREADED HUBCAPS FOR 1928 CHEVROLET NATIONAL AB

can anybody help ? i'm looking for 4 hubcaps, threat inside and hex on the outside i have no model so all information on that is welcome.

I'm in the Netherlands,, KInd regards

Graat Jacobs

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The lower center is a 1930 Cap. The 1929 cap has the Chevrolet name inside the Bowtie and is not painted.

The upper left should be nickel plated. It is a 1912-13-14 Cap.

Would add that the '30 Chevy cap is for "Standard" models, with disc wheels.

"Deluxe" models with wire wheels used a small cap with a "hex" ont he outer end.

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Hello Frank Mcmullen

thank you for the information on that , i added that to my add

Regards

Graat Jacobs

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