This is a original out of the Dealership in West Concord MN. It has no finger joints, exc. storage and a very special steering wheel.It would look great on a survivor car and would need to be polished and the rim painted if you are restoring a high point show car.
I am asking for your intentions of use and a offer for the wheel.
Dave Baker 507-838-069six central time
David, my 1912 wheel is a circle of one piece of bent wood. There is a join. It is a finger joint. Do you mean yours does not have multiple finger joints and multiple pieces of wood in its construction?
Allan from down under.
Allan, Our April 1912 Touring has a one joint one piece wood wheel , I do not know what kind of wood. This wheel has no finger joint and is still round and in excellent condition.I think this wheel is earlier than the one joint wheel. I would not repaint it. Does any one know how this was made. I can email photos have not mastered posting them here.I was putting parts together for a 1910 I have tried to buy for a number of years, I am giving up on ever owning it.
Hi David, I sent you a pm.
Steering Wheel sold pending payment Thank You!
I do have a second spare , if I abandon the search for a 1910 it will be for sale too.