The Jalopy Journal
Discussion in 'Traditional Hot Rods' started by Doug G, Sep 17, 2019.
Thanks, there are lots of vintage goodies on this rod. All the best people worked on it in 1975.
57 Mercury wheel going on my 57 Ford wagon
mine for the 22 doge RPU
1953 Buick optional steering wheel.
Buick sport wheel on my 55 stude with the original stude horn button center adapted to it. Someday the interior will be red to match
Silver Metal flake wheel for me and the Falcon
I like the simple look of the 1940 Ford wheel in old style hot rods.
Ain’t gonna be turning it for a while, but here it is
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I made this one using two Carrillo H-Beam connecting rods....
At the risk of being over posted, here's a few pic's of a '41 Pontiac Woody Wheel for the new members who have not seen all the "wheel threads"................................
Stock and C2 Corvette repop.
I got this wheel at Speedway in 1975 for $75.00. They claimed it is a real Bell Wheel. I had it on a roadster I built from 74 to 76 and took it off 6 years later. Then I put it on another roadster I built in 94.
It has the little ribs in the rubber part of the spoke.
bought this wheel 43 years ago for my first car. loaned it to a buddy 33 years ago so he could move a car around, then he sold the car with my wheel in it... I don't remember how I got it back. got it hanging on the wall now
1961 Dodge Dart Seneca.
1948 Plymouth wheel in the 41 Plymouth and aftermarket wheel in the 1940 Dodge.
My heart shaped wheel.
46 Olds (Work in progress )
Real Bell steering wheel.
my tee roth style
A 59-60 Chevy Biscayne wheel in my 66 Chevy truck
One of my first two steering wheel restorations that I am learning on
this one was a really far gone ‘46 super deluxe that has come along nicely to primer so far
You can see more progress photos of it and the ‘next in line’ ‘49 mercury meteor wheel on my car build thread if you wish
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