She's beautiful. Curious did the spokes come like that in 1919?
The spokes were just like that only Black.
My favorite body style this week.
Richard, I think the spokes were just like that only black, and a little longer. Dave in Bellingham,WA
There was a 19 on the Texarkana Craigslist, I called and the car has sold but the add is still up. It's worth looking at, just to see how not to paint a T.
I prefer painted wheels to natural. It seems to me to be a little more refined look.
In my humble opinion the natural finish looks great on the spokes. However, the car looks better with the spokes painted.
It isn't easy to cover up beautiful wood grain but I do it. I can see why others don't.
Mike Walker, why haven't you said, "its not supposed to have those lamps." :-)
Because a former owner of my car varnished the spokes back in the '50s, and didn't keep them up, my newly painted wheels don't look that great, even though I put a lot of work into them. My two cents worth is, if you are going to have varnished wheels, at least take care of them!
You beat me to it, Roy.
BCG -- Haven't you been looking for one of these? It wouldn't take much to paint the spokes. (And remove the cowl lamps.)
It is his !
Or, was !
Oh. OK. Carry on.