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Discussion in 'Traditional Hot Rods' started by Doug G, Sep 17, 2019.
Car craft dream rod
Here is our 16" Steering Wheel from Speed and Chrome Studios in California done in Cocobolo (Rosewood). One side is polished, the other side is engine turned.
36 caddy hub/horn/horn ring on a stainless bar stool foot rest hoop ...
It's a "Pip". Featuring it's original box.
Nice Pics and thanks for sharing.
Cragar wheel on my corvette
Mine has a good taste.
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Mine is a 16" diameter banjo wheel of unknown origin. I added a 1937 Ford horn button. I think the smaller diameter wheel is good for a roadster.
Speedboat feel on my T bucket.
1932 roadster. Note the Pioneer Super Tuner.
Here's the stock steering wheel in my '62 Buick Wildkat dolled up with kandy fade paint, engraving and pinstriping. E
Ed, your Buick is such a bitchin car.......you should get her back on the road man....
***Sigh*** I know dude, I know. Lately I've had a ton of people telling me that. One day soon, I hope..........E
Hey joeyesmen, I like the 8-in-a-row SW dash panel.. They are quite rare....
Custom '39 Banjo by Dennis Crooks, Quality Restorations, Pohway, CA.
1953 Meteor ( Canadian) wheel.
Three Gold Maple Leafs in the center...Plus some patina.
Restored custom wheel
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65 Corvair van on my 30 pickup
A 1938 Studebaker wheel that I resized and added a 1934 Studebaker President modified horn button. Recast rim by Backwards Unlimited.
Steering wheel in the 54... it's a 50 wheel, grafted to a vette hub. Center is a piece of dash speaker grill, stainless tubing, bondo and fiberglass
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I have a 15 inch Superior in nice shape I'd like to trade for a black flat type 3 or 4 spoke. Something like DDDenny posted on the first one if anyone is interested.
Here's my 51 coupe with 55 Merc Deluxe.
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