They are called Ace, but I think they were optional on Midgets, not Sprites.
Horler mentions something about them in his book, I think the car on the
back cover has them.
Us "real" Sprite owners would never put these wimpy things on our cars!
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> Sent: Tuesday, August 31, 1999 1:22 PM
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> Subject: Re: hubcaps
> Yes I have. I know an original owner with a set on their car. I believe
> were called something like Ace wheel covers.
> Jay Fishbein, CT
> Curtis Carlson wrote:
> > Has anyone ever seen the alternative kind of hubcap for the Sprites? I
> > an original owners manual for a MKII and it shows the small chrome caps
> > the "AH" in the center, but it also shows a full wheel plate with a
> > octagonal portion. I believe the outer rim of the plate was fluted in
> > manner.
> > Has anyone ever seen such a beast?
> > Curt
> > Curtis Carlson
> > '66 Austin Healey Sprite MkIII ("Gerty") HAN8L-63423
> > '72 MG Midget MkIII ("unnamed") GAN9L-98362
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