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Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by BJR, Jan 27, 2019.
my wood steering wheel in my 1940 chevy
Here's an example of the wheel Edsel supplied to Preston to build the "Tucker 48". Notice the shifter used to select gears to the Cord trans-axle...
Looks like Edsel gave him a Lincoln wheel with the upper part of the horn ring lopped off.
Cragar with an EELCO horn eliminator kit.................
This Chrysler wheel is beautiful. Just saw it posted in "Parts for sale".
‘59 Vette in my ‘55 210.
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Is anybody using one of the vintage speedboat steering wheels?
The "500" ......think I'll run it on my Morris Minor project.
Question, the 7/16" 3 holes that mount the aftermarket 3 spoke wheels, why are some (like most Grant wheels) offset, and some are in line with the 3 spokes?
WHEW! THE WHEEL, THE CAR, EPIC!!!!
In my latest '59 Edsel, I am using a '56 Mercury steering wheel with a custom fabbed Edsel horn center. This wheel was firstly available on '56 Mercs then on Squarebirds, then used on '58 Edsels with either manual transmissions or those ordered with out the Tele-Touch transmission.
This is a 36 caddy wheel. I shortened the spokes a bit and welded 'em to the footrest hoop of a bar stool. Still have some work to do on it but I like it so far.
Here is the factory steering wheel that came on my ‘64 Comet Cyclone, originally it is wood grain plastic. For my rebuild I had my upholstery guy wrap the wheel in leather to match the other interior pieces. He also covered the dash pad in leather.
What is this off of?
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A couple .
hand built steering wheel by jaxx posted Dec 21, 2008 at 6:45 PM
hand built for my Dodge RPU
Found this on the HAMB classifieds..13-1/2” with no dish. Cleaned it up and put some light walnut stain on it.
the guy selling it only had it listed as a Series 23, or 24. Which of course not being a Packard guy meant nothing to me.
The beautiful ivory plastic wheel in my ‘52 DeSoto wagon.
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I did long time ago.
Here's looking at you.
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