Some of you may recall my “garage find” ‘33 Ford 3 window coupe, which I bought 4 years ago. Until recently, I’ve been kept pretty busy with the home construction business. My retirement now affords me time for the car projects. After driving the car around for a while, I decided that the stock steering box needed an update. Neal Jennings’ (Neal’s Hot Rod Parts) makes a beautiful, superb quality, exact replacement box for ‘32/4 Fords. As part of the swap, I wanted to install my old 5 hole Metalflake steering wheel. Since I’m using the stock steering column mast jacket, the transition from the column to the steering wheel needed some sort of filler. I used a Speedway steering wheel hub and added a fabricated shroud to fill the space between the top of the column and the steering wheel. I'm curious as to how others have addressed this issue.