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    Unknown Hubcaps-Crossed Flags

    Have had these hanging on my garage wall for quite some time. Long enough I don't remember for sure just where I did get them. Either a yard/garage sale or swap meet I'm but only have the two. Have been off and on looking for a couple more with no luck. Any one recognize these? Found some similar with three bars radiating out from the center with the crossed flag centers but not the black painted sections. Would like to run them on my 57 with plain steel rims for a dated look. Look to be chrome on brass as backs are some what dull yellow in color?
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    This site may help you

    https://www.hubcaps.org/



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    These look to me like 1959 Biscayne hubcaps. My dad bought one new, a biscayne, 348 trip power, 4speed, posi. These look a lot like the ones on the car..

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    Ithought I posted 59 yesterday, but non the less I agree with above.

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    Thanks for the website and the replies. Looks like may be a bit of a hard time finding a NICE set to run on plain steel rims. Guess will go with my original plan to swap out my current 7 inch rally wheels for 7 inch plain black steel wheels and a set of early Camaro poverty caps. Already have the wheels and caps so that's the plan now.
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    I think those may be early Corvette with dog dish hubcaps.
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    '60 - '62 Corvette hubcaps.

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    Thanks for the replies. Liking the cap on the left a bit more than the cap on the right but expect both examples may be hard to find a decent set of four at a reasonable price in today's world. May have to stick with the Camaro poverty caps on the stock steel rims.

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