The Jalopy Journal
Discussion in 'Traditional Hot Rods' started by Doug G, Sep 17, 2019.
^^^^^ oh man, Covico!!
Unknown brand in my '26 T...
Stock wheel in my '29 A...
15" Moon in my '46 Ford...
Stock wheel in my '51 Olds...
You guys have some nice stuff, I can’t even read the post they are so nice.
Old, stock, worn, cracked F1 wheel on the F1 box in my hot rod. It’s not worthy but form follows function on my car.
Love the pictures, Building a 1933 Chevy and like the 58-62 Corvette wheel but like a full leather heavier grip 15 inch wheel. Have a Lecarra banjo wheel on my 32 Ford and like it but need something different for the new builder and kind of need for mock up of column. Thanks Guys
This one means something to us...
Stock 32 in my Roadster with some bling!
Banjo in the Coupe! with patina
HRP, I really like this wheel. Is the 54 wheel keyed or splined? Thanks.
Is this just a pic thread, or is there info to be sought? depth, diameter, clearance........? We all would like to know to help us on our projects..... Or lack there of.......... We can get pics all day long on the web,,,,,,,,,, and then some,,,,,,,
We can look up pics all day long.......... Explain a lil what your seeking?
Is there a certain car in mind? Or- is this a useless thread about pictures?
Where did you get that one DDDenny?
‘50 Chevy car wheel in my ‘37 ford truck
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My brother probably welded that wheel. He went to work at Covico right out of high school. In the late 60's he was welding hundreds of them a day.
Original Blue GM "Comfort Grip" wheel in the 55
Black "Comfort Grip" in my 33 pickup
59 Impala in Taboo
40 Buick hub and spokes bent upward to meet a 14" tubular hoop. 72 caprice hubcap center lens with my dad's U.S.N. insignia from his WWII belt buckle. All on a 40 ford column with a heated and bent lug wrench column drop.
Fatman in my Centre For "T"
And my old Centre Door "T" wheel is now in my COE
Couple of pics of the steering wheel I've just put into my Model A,,going to do some pinstriping on the dash the same orange/red
This is a 39 ford banjo that we made a 15” ring for out of 7/8” stainless tubing rolling it around an old gm brake rotor.
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I read that first photo is really a Kaiser Fraser wheel that Ford bought and used in his 49-51 shoe boxes. The "F" looks like the "F' , Kaiser Fraser used not the Ford Logo.
Is that true?
I probably bought several of the one's that he welded! I grew up in Covina, just a mile or so from Covico and worked in a body shop just a couple doors down from their shop during the mid '60s...
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