steering wheel

this is the steering wheel to my 48 Super Six business coupe. Is there a way to rebuild this one or do i have to go looking for another one"


  • blondwookieblondwookie Posts: 114Member
    my steering wheel is simply the steel ring. almost nothing remains otherwise. I can't get a picture to attach for some reason
  • blondwookieblondwookie Posts: 114Member
    maybe this time
  • LanceLance Posts: 867Member
    Well you can get that one recast for about $500-900 depending on who is recasting it . Or, you could get a later model steering wheel (which will fit)  
  • cchancelcchancel Posts: 122Member
    The plastic can be re-cast over the iron ring of the wheel.  I hear it is time-consuming and expensive to get it perfect.  There are businesses that do this, but I don't have any contact info. Perhaps someone will chime in with a recommendation.
  • blondwookieblondwookie Posts: 114Member
    can someone send me some steering wheel pictures for the 48 car? I want to keep that part of the car somewhat original.
  • Uncle JoshUncle Josh Posts: 2,641Senior Contributor
    edited May 23
    I sliced a length of heater hose on the inside and covered it with a truck lacing. 39 banjo on a 40 Victoria coupe
  • Ken U-TxKen U-Tx Posts: 3,890Senior Contributor
    Larry Kennedy in Indiana was having the 48-49 Commodore steering wheels recast. Your Super Six has the fancier Commodore wheel, and these were either installed as a dealer option, or by an owner at some point in the car's existence.
  • blondwookieblondwookie Posts: 114Member
    I do believe that wheel was dealer installed, along with the front yellow fog lights, and rear wiper motor. I know for a fact that this car was last registered in Wyoming in 1957. It still had the plates on it when I bought it from the salvage yard in Glenrock Wyoming.
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