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  1. #1
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    Default Good use for an old hubcap

    Packard. Looks like a hubcap to me.

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    Default Re: Good use for an old hubcap

    Classic high quality stainless steel repair.

    Probably off of his neighbors' car.


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    Default Re: Good use for an old hubcap

    Wow, Packard.

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    Default Re: Good use for an old hubcap

    That is definately way wrong. That would bring a good buck at a swap meet as they are hard for a restorer to find.


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    Default Re: Good use for an old hubcap

    Go here: Al Capone's 1925 Packard - 6 Cylinder Phaeton

    Click on the center photo which shows the back of the car ( http://www.miles-pocketwatches.com/1925PackardBack.jpg ).

    Look familiar?

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    Default Re: Good use for an old hubcap

    Unfortunately, it has 3 holes in it now.

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