The Jalopy Journal
Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by inlinr6, Apr 25, 2011.
How about a steering wheel thread?
here is mine.
'53 Hudson Super Jet
1949 Ford Crestliner ! I'll post a picture later
Mine's the stock banjo wheel, with a nifty lace on cover!
Mine is invisible. SUPER rare.
Here is my most rare and odd steering wheel. I don't know what it is from originally,but it's aluminum and mahogany and 18" diameter. I even started a thread on here trying to identify it, with no results. It is very old,has an early twenties look and quality to it. Using it on my '29 tub.
Guess what this is. Okay I'll tell you. 48 Ford center Jag outer and lotz of bondo. Then painted purple. Yeah I march to a different drummer.
I am not even sure what it came off of but I am running it on this and I want to get it chromed
Did you really paint your handrails too?
You must be single, cause my ex wife would've been all over me for that!!
Married almost 50 years. She is used to me. Told her they needed painting anyway.
thats a cool purple but yeah id be dead too if i painted the hand rails
Not thats rare cause mine is too!
50 years later and my wife would still be complaining about something like that.
Kind of odd and kind of rare. This is a 41 Merc wheel. The inserts in the spokes would be painted blue to match the trim on the horn button.
Empi - on a 46 Ford
56 chevy 2-10 wheel.
By profleetline at 2010-10-20
54 merc accesory wheel, mine is the black and white one, i recently got recasted at Kochs
Picked this one up this weekend, anyone recognize it? I think it's factory from something. The outer grip is hard plastic, looks like it was supposed to be woodgrain.
And here's my '60 Dodge Dart Pioneer wheel which I'm going to run in my '62 Chrysler Newport. I redid the clear plastic parts with vinyl tubing and glitter, did a tech on it.
Squablow that mopar wheel is sweet!!!!!!!!!
Thanks. Here's the tech I did about restoring it if you're interested.
They can be recast, but it costs about $1300 and I just don't have that to spend. I'm pretty happy with the way it turned out.
99% sure your woodgrain wheel is AMC, circa 69-72
Olds-sa-mo-bill ? Whatever it is? , You WIN!!
"I.ve ben Married 50 yrs! Also!!
(Just NOT to tha' same woman!)
Quote/ "I have hard enough time a'living with MY Wife,..............BUT,
I'd NEVER Tried it with HIS!"
The guy I bought it from said the same thing, but I've been searching through tons of images online and I can't find a pic of it anywhere, some real similar ones but none the same.
1949 Chevrolet Accessory wheel.
my buddy found this wheel on his inlaw farm it has a lock on it and it,s for sale
1938 plymouth I believe
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