Factory Wheel Covers

factory wheel covers

    wheel covers
  • A decorative metal or plastic disc that obscures a vehicles stamped steel wheels, lug nuts and/or hubs from view.

  • The first Cadillac wheel covers were introduced in 1932;  it is rumored that chauffeurs and owners alike were getting tired of cleaning spoked wheels!

  • (Wheel cover) A hubcap, wheel cover or wheel trim is a decorative disk on an automobile wheel that covers at least a central portion of the wheel. Cars with stamped steel wheels often use a full wheel cover that conceals the entire wheel.

  • A factory (previously manufactory) or manufacturing plant is an industrial building where laborers manufacture goods or supervise machines processing one product into another.

  • A building or group of buildings where goods are manufactured or assembled chiefly by machine

  • A person, group, or institution that produces a great quantity of something on a regular basis or in a short space of time

  • a plant consisting of one or more buildings with facilities for manufacturing

  • An establishment for traders carrying on business in a foreign country

  • Lyoko ( ) is a fictional virtual world in the French animated television series Code Lyoko.

1957 Santa's Corvette convertible left

1957 Santa's Corvette convertible left

Founded by Louis Chevrolet and ousted GM founder William C. Durant on November 8, 1911, Chevrolet was acquired by General Motors in 1917. Chevrolet was positioned by Alfred Sloan to sell a lineup of mainstream vehicles to directly compete against Henry Ford's Model T in the 1920s, and continues to hold its position as General Motors' highest-selling brand to the present day, with "Chevrolet" or "Chevy" being at times synonymous with GM. In North America, Chevrolet offers a full range of automobiles, from subcompact cars to medium-duty commercial trucks.
The Chevrolet Corvette is a sports car by the Chevrolet division of General Motors. The first model was designed by Harley Earl and introduced in 1953. Myron Scott is credited for naming the car after the corvette, a small, maneuverable warship. It has been produced in six generations in coupe, convertible, t-top coupe, and targa coupe body styles. Originally built in Flint, Michigan and St. Louis, Missouri, it is currently built at a GM assembly plant in Bowling Green, Kentucky.
The first generation Corvette was introduced late in the 1953 model year and ended in 1962. These cars are often referred to as the "solid-axle" models since the independent rear suspension did not debut until the 1963 Sting Ray. 300 hand-built polo white Corvettes were produced for the 1953 model year, making it the rarest and one of the most sought after of all Corvettes. The 1955 model saw the introduction of the 265 cu in (4.34 L) V8 engine offered as an option, however the first seven off the production line featured the standard "Blue Flame" Inline-6.
A new body was introduced for the 1956 model featuring a new "face" and side coves; the taillight fins were gone. An optional fuel injection system was made available in the middle of the 1957 model year. It was one of the first mass-produced engines in history to reach 1 bhp (0.75 kW) per cubic inch and Chevrolet's advertising agency used a "one hp per cubic inch" slogan for advertising the 283 bhp (211 kW) 283 cu in (4.64 L) Small-Block engine. Other options included power windows (1956), hydraulically operated power convertible top (1956), four speed manual transmission (late 1957), and heavy duty brakes and suspension (1957).
FRANKLIN MINT SANTA'S 1957 CORVETTE. Limited Edition 1 of 500. 1/24 scale. Amazing detail for a 1/24 diecast. 327ci High performance engine with Rochester fuel injection, completely detailed, wired and plumbed. Tinsel Green Metallic exterior / Santa Suit Red interior with opening hood, doors and trunk. Nice exterior details with nicely done chrome foil badging and emblems. Interior details are very impressive for a 1/24 car with a green steering wheel with matching dash top, full gauge package, Frosty white carpeting and detailed 4-speed shifter. Detailed trunk features a removable spare. Detailed chassis, dual exhaust. Whitewall tires mounted on body color steel wheels with factory wheel covers. Santa's personalized license plates front and rear. Accessories include a 1/24 scale Santa hat, 3 foil wrapped gifts, and even Rudolph's red nose which can be attached to the nose of the car magnetically. Ships with 2 attachable tops, a Tinsel Green hard top and a Frosty White soft top.

Royal Aircraft Factory SE5a

Royal Aircraft Factory SE5a

This is an 80% scale replica of a Royal Aircraft Factory SE5a. It was built and owned by the Great War Flying Museum in Brampton, Ontario.

This replica SE5a is of interest because it is one of two prototypes for this scale plan set. It is the 'sister' airplane of C-FQGL, which is still flying with the Canadian Museum of Flight in Langley, British Columbia. For much of its life with the GWFM, this aircraft wore the colourful (if short lived) paint scheme of A 8936 with No. 60 Sqn. RFC, wearing a blue nose and wheel covers. William Avery Bishop, VC wore this scheme briefly before an official scheme was handed down for the SE5, forcing it to be painted in more conventional British colours. Following its more recent rebuild, QGM was repainted to represent B4863, as flown by James McCudden, VC while serving with No. 56 Sqn. RFC.

factory wheel covers

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