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Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by BJR, Jan 27, 2019.

  1. scrap metal 48
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    I can't decide...**clic pic** for sale parts for poor boy 076.JPG
     
  2. alfin32
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  3. CAHotRodBoy
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    My '64 Catalina 2+2 wheel.

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  5. mgtstumpy
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    Moon banjo in my 35
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    Pearled OEM for my 46 Olds, should go nicely with newly woodgrained dashboard
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    car parts 030.jpg My 1934 Ford original wheel
     
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  9. Roothawg
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    Does anyone know how much they charge to restore a wheel at Pearlcraft?
     
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  11. LAROKE
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    '41 Chevy Deluxe "spinner" wheel in my '37 Chevy pickup

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  14. alchemy
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    1940's Chris Craft boat steering wheel. Original paint. The horn button is 1935 Ford, I think.


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  15. Louie
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  16. BJR
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    This is a wood rimmed aluminum spoked aftermarket wheel from the 1920's. I think the rim is walnut. Wood wheel.jpg wood wheel center.jpg
     
  17. alchemy
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    Louie, is the top right wheel an NOS? No hub holes drilled in it. And look at all the other real old ones with four holes instead of the modern three!
     
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  19. brigrat
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    Another saved for some unknown reason, what is it? REO? Stude? I used to know but have forgotten. Looks like wood but is not, lots of detail though............... DSCF9792.JPG DSCF9793.JPG DSCF9794.JPG DSCF9795.JPG DSCF9796.JPG DSCF9797.JPG DSCF9798.JPG DSCF9799.JPG
     
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  21. Peanut 1959
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    Cool '41 and '52 Studebaker wheels. I believe these were both accessory options for each respective year. Screenshot_20190128-173156_Chrome.jpeg 1952_ruby_red_wheel.jpeg
     
  22. stude54ht
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    I need to work on the scale. banjo wheel.jpg
     
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  23. brigrat
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    If you didn't have such a big hand it would look perfect!
     
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  24. 1951 Oldsmobile in a 1951 Oldsmobile 41.jpg
     
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  26. 302GMC
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    '51 Chrysler Windsor, '52 Cad, '53 Chev, '48 Chev, '50-'52 Chev optional ... 1-28-19 steering wheels - Earl - manifolds 003.JPG 1-28-19 steering wheels - Earl - manifolds 004.JPG 1-28-19 steering wheels - Earl - manifolds 005.JPG 1-28-19 steering wheels - Earl - manifolds 009.JPG 1-28-19 steering wheels - Earl - manifolds 010.JPG
     
  27. 56cadillackid
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    Some wacky 70s wheel in a 61 oldsmobile 88 coupe in the foreground you can see the original wheel 20180712_161418.jpeg

    Sent from my SM-G960U using The H.A.M.B. mobile app
     
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  30. Dixon Bastie
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    That looks like it's a wheel off a "regular" 57 Mercury, so if it's actually on a Turnpike, it's been swapped.
    Turnpikes had a similar wheel, but it was flattened on top into more of an oblong shape for what I think was a styling feature. I read somewhere that it was intended to give better leg room, but that doesn't make sense because at normal "rest", the flattened section was at the top. I had two Turnpikes, both had the flattened wheel.
    Both styles are cool, though.
     
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