Baby-Moon hubcaps

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Garret Walther's 1940 Ford Coupe of Stockton, California. The coupe was Garret's first car. He bought it in 1955. Installed a huge 1952 Chrysler FirePower Hemi-engine and went racing. Garret ran 5.50-15 tires up front, and 8.20-15 tires in the back. It was dressed up with Baby-Moon hubcaps.
Baby Moon Hubcaps. A set of classic Baby Moon Hubcaps is a traditional way of making your car look better, no matter if it is a custom or hot rod. They look great on painted wheels as well as on chrome reverse wheels. Click here to check price and availability on

Cars Dressed Up With Baby-Moon Hubcaps

Garret Walther's 1940 Ford Coupe
George Janich's 1941 Ford


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