HUBCAP # c14ford1970_9 This photo shows a 14 inch Ford hubcap for 1970 Mustang.
This 1970 Mustang hubcap is a nice Ford hubcap . This product is hubcap # c14ford1970_9 . The gallery images show further details of this attractive design. [A similar looking design exists for 15 inch wheels, so be sure you are looking for a 14 inch hubcap.]
Design details includes 5 tear drop holes around the black perimeter. In the center area is a raised hub with a Ford Mustang pony emblem. Also note the 5 decorative lugnuts.
For this hubcap, the weight is heavy at about 6 pounds each. The wheel attachment is a nice integral stainless steel clip design.
The supply quantity, for this 14 inch Mustang hubcap for 1970 time period, is very low. However, the quality of this supply is very good.
MISC INFO: Hollander lists two numbers for this design, number 686 that references 14×6 wheel and number 687 that references 14×7 wheel. We don’t know the differences (if any) of these two references; OR IF THERE REALLY ARE TWO DIFFERENT DESIGNS. We also don’t know exactly which number applies to our inventory. Also, these hubcaps have no ID numbers stamped on them. Use our return policy if any issues arrive.
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. This above 1970 Mustang hubcap is an example of a metal and plastic design.
2 Hubcap Identification Systems discussion. This covers the classic Hollander Numbering system and the newer Hubcap Hilton Numbering system. Hollander has many useful catalogs on cars … visit them at https://hollanderinterchange.net/catalog/ .
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.