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Let's see your favorite shift knobs

Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by roosters hot rods, Nov 1, 2008.

  1. bumpercarkid
    Joined: Aug 28, 2007
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    I really like these.
     
  2. Derek Mitchell
    Joined: Nov 22, 2004
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    Heres one I got from leadsledolds a few years back....
     

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  3. chromedaddyo
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    Here are a couple I cast
     
  4. chromedaddyo
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    Here is another I just finished 2 1/4 in
     

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  5. John O
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    Here's the ass slapper on my Triumph...
     

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  6. Rich Wright
    Joined: Jan 9, 2008
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    Here's another one I made for my wifes '36. I don't like the billet shit knob that comes with Lokar shifters so I made this from a Ford F1 truck knob and a choke knob from a 35 truck. pretty simple to make and it looks a little more traditional.

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  7. roosters hot rods
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    whitewall that's cool
     
  8. roosters hot rods
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    any more for the sunday crowd>>>???
     
  9. <FANG>
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    Some of mine
    I need an insert for these to fit my B&M shifter anyone know were
    to get them
     

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  10. koolkemp
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    Now thats cool!! Where can I get one??
     

  11. Jimmy Flintstone.

    He has a site somewhere.
     
  12. AHotRod
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    I have one :D !
    Thanks BIG Mike !




     
  13. fanspete
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    Now that's just showin' off!

    super stuff.
     
  14. Fish Tank
    Joined: May 22, 2008
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    Fish Tank

    Well, I'm currently torn. Right now my Dodge is having work done to it and still has a long way to go.
    So, here is the original Knob I had for it. Bought it off the web and it was that wonderful purple resin...lol
    So I hand painted it and this is what came out....
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    THEN, I recently came across this Knob that was hand carved by a HAMBer. The reason I bought it, is it resembles my wife to a 'T'. One of those things you just can't pass up when you see it, ya know what I mean.
    I dont lie, brag or bullshit, it's a fact, I'd swear he modeled it after her.
    So, now I'm not sure which one to use.
    I'm leaning toward using the skull as the Knob and the figurine as a dash mount, any suggestions?
    Here is the figurine.....
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    Cheers!
     
  15. skunx1964
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    that things awesome
     
  16. Thought I recognized her. You're right,it does look like her! Just kidding,LOL....
     
  17. roosters hot rods
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    hey fish tank they both look great..
     
  18. plym49
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    Here's mine - was going to use a WWII bayonet. Figured I could find a repop at the Army-Navy store. They had them, but they were like $40 and no way I was gonna spend that on a shift knob. Saw a box of hand grenades for $6 each - now we're cooking! I like this better, anyway.

    Mounted on a chrome 3/8 extension from the cheap tool guy.

    This shift knob draws a lot of attention (as if the car doesn't all by itself); a lot of comments about pulling the pin, blowing the engine, etc.
     

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  19. Skate Fink
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  20. lockwoodkustoms
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    I have this for my VICKY project:
     

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  21. 32STUPRES
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    Here' a few by Norman Grabowski
     

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  22. mckustoms
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    Here's a few I carved...

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  23. mckustoms
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  24. Doc.
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    Welcome to the HAMB. Always love to see Normie's stuff.

    Doc.
     
  25. This has to be Norm's best EVER.....

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  26. Slonaker
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    This was on my '37 when dad bought it back in the early 1980s with the stock 216. I recently found it in his stuff, and will eventually put it back on the car. I know it isn't anything special, but I like it...

    The little black dots are undercoating overspray he somehow got on everything in the garage when he painted the car about 20 years ago. :)

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    Slonaker
     
  27. dv8
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    MBL carved this one for my tiki-themed Model T....

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    The car....


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  28. roosters hot rods
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    here is another shot of that cool shift knob :D
     

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  29. Wow, earlier I commented how awesome your shift knob was, but sorry, it's not nearly as good looking as the girl driving. Woa!
     
  30. VonDust
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    This is in my dad's car, "El Tiki", '29 ford roadster. A buddy of ours in the club made it about 5 or 6 years ago and it just sat on the shelf in the garage just before dad put it on the car about 2 years ago. I painted it pearl white and flush mounted a clock in the top of it.
     

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