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Hubcap Identification?

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Could it be a reproduction of the 1935 cap with a Bow Tie added. When did Cherolet start with the Bow Tie logo?

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I think they are more modern. The Rally wheels had the cone....I have seen that dog dish on newer wheels.

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I think they were on Chevy pick-up trucks, 70's era??

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This is called a "police" rally cap. They were used on police cars in the late '60s. There are many pictures on Google.

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This is called a "police" rally cap. They were used on police cars in the late '60s. There are many pictures on Google.

That is what I was thinking, too, but cannot find a photo of them on a cop car. I have some cop car caps from the '67 and '68 Chevrolet Impala and they are way different. I also have a book on cop cars and those are not the caps I see in the photos.

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It's an aftermarket hup cap used on McLane or True Spoke wire wheels.[ATTACH=CONFIG]226307[/ATTACH]

That is exactly what I was thinking.

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