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http://www.ebay.com/itm/181437692672?item=181437692672&viewitem=&vxp=mtr I have for sale a Banjo wheel front what seems to be a Buick Super 8. It is a part that one of my customers ( I own an antique boat shop) gave me in a box of "extra parts". I know many boat enthusiasts use these as steering wheels, but a lot of interest has faded in the antique boat world, so here it is for the antique car world! I have this posted on eBay for what I think seems to be a fair starting price, but if any of you want to clue me in on the true value Id be very appreciative!
:confused: Two weeks ago I jumped into a thread (my first time on this forum) posted a year or so ago about help identifying the car to which a "Sheller #2" banjo wheel belongs. That one had the center of the hub cut out. I also have a "Sheller #2, in pretty nice shape, but in talking to many people, both in wheel restoration and antique boats (and here, on this forum), I am still waiting for someone to give me a positive id. (Mine is not a Ford--it doesn't have a keyway). In the meantime, a friend said he recently saw an article in one of the old car magazines about nothing but antique steering wheels. Anyone out there know when and where this article was published? Or who wrote it? Many thanks for any tips. David