66 mustang parts finaly done

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Project by jason64 posted 613 days ago 1566 views 6 times favorited 9 comments Add to Favorites Watch

Ok here is the steering wheel i started months ago. along with a refinished gage cluster and glove box door.
the wheel was a bet of a challenge but turnd out good. he wanted a stock look for the wheel so i coped all the angles and only increased the thicknesses by a little, just for good measure. put all revits and trim rings, but desided to make it a two tone. I put the finger groves in with a jig that i posted pryer, it made the job fairly simple. circle guide for my router did the rest of the cutting including the dado in the middle for the steal ring of the wheel. Then its just a lot of sandding time and assembly. be carefull the stock gage cluster dosent match the after market one so i got to remake them. Now i just have to wait to see them instaled in the mustang.

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#1 posted 613 days ago

Nice Job, I can only imagine how difficult to get some of these pieces to fit perfect…..

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#2 posted 613 days ago

hey those are some really cool wood parts for your Mustang! Nice job!!.............Jim

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#3 posted 613 days ago

Wow ! Real wood and not that tacky fake stuff. Cool !

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#4 posted 613 days ago

Great work. That wheel must have been a real chore.

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#5 posted 612 days ago

Looking good!

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#6 posted 612 days ago

wow, looks really good! I have a ‘66 Mustang that I’m in the process of restoring, this would look really good in it! Post some pics once it is in the car!

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#7 posted 612 days ago

Nice job.
I hope you get lots of rides in return for the time these took you.

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#8 posted 612 days ago

These will look really good on the ole Stang.

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#9 posted 604 days ago

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