|Today 04:36 PM|
|Today 04:34 PM|
They were able to put what looks like a reflection of some weird dude in it?
|Today 04:11 PM|
|brickyardboy||The uniqueness of the design of this cap was shared by some other brands of that era as well.|
|Today 04:10 PM|
|Today 04:09 PM|
|Today 02:53 PM|
They were the first to have a model name on them?
|Today 12:42 PM|
|496CHEVY3100||1 design for steel wheels ,,1 set for wire wheels|
|02-07-2016 04:08 PM|
|brickyardboy||OK, I'll gave you question # 3: These were from 1937 Chrysler Airflow C17. Why were they unique?|
|02-06-2016 01:48 PM|
Ok, guys, here's one that will probably make you put your thinking cap on. Pictured are a pair of hubcaps, obviously for a Chrysler Airflow. Three questions:
1.These caps were unique in what way, compared to other Airflow wheel covers.
2.And, these covers were unique in how they were constructed in what way?
3. What year did they fit?
|02-06-2016 12:34 PM|
Come on BYB give us a good one.
|02-06-2016 12:10 PM|
|brickyardboy||Mazda R360 coupe.....|
|02-06-2016 11:09 AM|
That late 1950's British Frisky's Sprint was an interesting design... kinda like USA was also trying to do... don't think I would call it attractive though... hard to believe the British were buying 10-20 HP cars at a time when Americans were buying 80 - 390 HP cars...
|02-06-2016 10:39 AM|
Did you know about the Frisky before my question?
Here's a little info about Meadows autos.
Now back to the question.
|02-06-2016 09:27 AM|
|496CHEVY3100||1958 -1961 meadows Frisky|
|02-06-2016 09:03 AM|
No one has stepped up yet so I'll ask a quick one.
What is this and who made it?
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