Steering Wheel Restoration Projects

Porsche 356

This classic steering wheel, a 1958 Steering wheel was repaired and plasticised in a custom colour. Far superior feeling in hand to the original painted factory finish.
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Railton 1930s

The repairs involved in this classic steering wheel started with dismantling the body to re-chrome the hub top plates, screws and spoke spacers. We reassembled and finished with an authentic type black plastic.
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Renault 1935

Vintage French steering wheel a 1935 Mona Quatre. Steering wheel was repaired and a replacement ( non functioning ) horn button and surround was made. Wheel hand plasticised in gloss black.
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Riley 1929

Vintage steering wheel restored and hand plasticised in original type material.
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Riley 1950’s

Classic steering wheel requiring a total restoration. Steering wheel was rebuilt from the bare frame using superior re-attachment blocks compared to the original and plasticised in a custom colour.
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Riley 1950’s RMB

Classic steering wheel of an RMB Riley. We soon found out just what was lurking under that steering wheel cover! Steering wheel rebuilt from skeleton frame. All original profiles and finger grips maintained. Plasticised finish, colour matched to sample. Thank you to “Bill H” of Western Australia for the follow up photos.      
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Rolls Royce 1910

Vintage steering wheel in a fairly reasonable condition for its age. Rust treatment and repairs done prior to a new coat of black plastic. On the road for another 108 years!
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Rolls Royce 1928

For this vintage steering wheel we stripped the body, polished the centre spokes and applied an original type black plastic.
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Rover Cyclops P4

1951 steering wheel requiring a full rebuild from frame. All original contours and finger grips maintained. Customer states ” really nice, comfortable tactile feel.”
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Stoewer 1911

Historic steering wheel was rebuilt from the original spider, retaining the original contours and finishing with an original material for the final coat. Polished to suitable patina for the era. The owner of the Stoewer is John Stanley from the Stoewer Museum, NSW.
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