1947-1948 Ford Hubcap, Passenger Car, Stainless Steel
47-48 Ford Deluxe, 47-48 Ford Super Deluxe, Stainless Steel, Polished
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These reproduction hub caps for stock 1947-1948 Ford wheels are constructed of polished stainless steel. They feature the block style "Ford" script and attach using 4 original Ford style mounting clips. The hub cap is retained by a mounting ring that is smaller diameter than the cap and snaps down inside the hub area of the wheel. The mount ring is 8 1/8” O.D.
- Perfect detail
- Stainless steel
- Sold each
- For 1947-1948 Ford wheels
- Attach using 4 original Ford style mounting clips
- Mounting lip measures 8-1/8" diameter
- 9-5/8" outside diameter
- Inner mounting ring is 8-1/8" outside diameter and 7-7/8" inner diameter
- 2-3/4" deep
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