This photo shows the 14 inch Chrysler hubcap for 1967 . The images in the photo gallery show further details of the design. Design details of hubcap # c14chry1967_6 include:
first, a smooth outer perimeter,
second, an intermittent ring of about 20 radial lines, and
third, a large smooth plastic center insert, with a gold color [and no script writing].
On this particular design, hubcap # c14chry1967_6 , the center is a gold color w/o any external script writing nor symbol.
For this 1967 Chrysler hubcap , the weight is about 2 pounds. The wheel attachment method is a nice integral stainless steel clip design. A nice attractive supply exists, for this 14 inch Chrysler hubcap design.
[ Hubcap # c14chry1967_2 (sorry – presently out of stock) is a slight variation of this design with a center with script writing. ]
[And, a latter 1968 Chrysler hubcap design, hubcap # c14chry1968_1 exists. Inventory is great. It has a plastic insert with a point profile at its center and “Chrysler” writing on the insert. ]
If you find any of the above discussion a bit confusing, a great general article is under Hubcap Article. And under this article, more specific discussions include the following.
1 For the word “Hubcap”, a history and a definition article . This covers an interesting discussion of how hubcaps started out as an all metal construction that later transitioned to partial metal and plastic and then all plastic.
2 Hubcap Identification Systems discussion. This covers the classic Hollander Numbering system and the newer Hubcap Hilton Numbering system.
3 And finally, Hubcap Features …. which covers several features. This includes full size hubcap designs, wire wheel hubcap designs, various attachment (hubcap to wheel) designs, trim rings, and locking hardware.