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Projects the '27 Roadster saga

Discussion in 'Traditional Hot Rods' started by Paul, Jul 20, 2010.

  1. Paul
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    doh!

    sorry guys, 'fixed it

    thanks
     
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    Where did you get that Beautiful Steering wheel? Frank
     
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    Cool. They're bright, too.

    What did they come off of?
     
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  4. Paul
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    thanks,
    not sure what they were on originally
    I've had them wrapped in a rag in an old coffee can for more than forty years..
     
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    that is a Kevin Lee wheel, it's one of my favorite parts of this car
     
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    Where do you get a Kevin Lee wheel? Thanks Frank
     
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    I bought it here on the HAMB from Kevin Lee
     
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    Thank you
     
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  9. Lust for that steering wheel renewed! Love it.
     
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  10. Paul
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    Thought I'd add a simple sketch showing wiring schematic.
    I couldn't find factory diagram for the Autolamp 8900 8906 switch but did find some with similar wire colors for the six wire switches.
    Two consistent colors being the black and yellow wires, from there it was a best guess trial and error situation.
    Simple enough.

    IMG_20200909_140134.jpg
     
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