The Jalopy Journal
Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by BJR, Jan 27, 2019.
C'mon guys; don't leave us hangin'. What are they; what are they off of or on?
Repro 1942 Lincoln Zephyr wheel, on 1935 Ford Roadster....
Custom in a Falcon,
'54 Chrysler New Yorker,
and another custom wheel.
61 Impala wheel > nothing special here but a little different on my 55 Chev.
There has to be more.
I agree. Good thing you steered this to the top...
. I used a reduced diameter 40 Ford steering wheel.
I like the simple look to it.
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40’s wood boat wheel going in a ‘35 International pickup
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Please tell us what make and year wheel we are looking at. Though some are easy for most of us, not so much for a lot of the younger guys who didn't grow up with them.
...and please do it in each post; not a list after several posts.
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Yep, RHD, made in South Australia by Chrysler.
A cool rare
1939 Lincoln Zephyr
A few more and can you name all four steering wheels?
Another '59 Impala wheel. This one in my '31 roadster.
I have no clue as to the brand of wheel in my Project 50 Olds Coupe, but love it! Particularly the finger notches around the perimeter. If there was room it would be in my little A pickup!
After 7 pages I've seen so many steering wheels I don't remember if I saw one of these. Plymouth Fury, 1960 I believe.
1957 Ford Ranchero with a custom Grant wheel.
Another Plymouth. Not certain of the year.
Have a few like shown above in the blue corvette-except black instead of wood. Just had my uph guy stitch leather on it--looks great--gonna have him do another one for a spare. Have had a black one in wife's 55 for years but will install the leather stitched one now..
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