Kirban 2 cents worth Finally getting back to this forum as the format is different from ones I am currently on. Probably the one common thread that 99% of you are familar with is Hurst. I am referring to the original Hurst company when it was first owned by Hurst/Campbell and then simply known as Hurst. Among Hurst collectors I am fairly well known for having the rarest collection of memobila from Hurst. Items such as the original artwork of the Hurst wheel, prototype spinner, prototype hurst olds emblem even the banner Linda Vaughn won embroider Miss Golden Shifter. To open like to play a little trivia... Hurst started in the mid 1950s....what two products did they do prior to getting involved with shifters. One such product is probably better known than the other. The other because of a lawsuit threat they stopped producing. What 2 am I referring to? the clock is ticking...... firstname.lastname@example.org A bit of history about my self we have been in the automotive aftermarket business since the late 1970s. Mostly for newer cars from the mid 1960s and newer.