a little turning fun
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well more gluing than turning
years ago I made shift knobs for my 1967 international tractor. I decided to do a steering wheel cap over the week end.(plastic one long gone) I still need to sand it and give it 2 more coats of polly.
Made of maple ,walnut and bloodwood

What ya think






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#10
  Re: a little turning fun by Woodshop (well more gluing tha...)
Very cool!
I'm slow, but I do poor work.
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#11
  Re: Re: a little turning fun by jerickson (Very cool!...)
Love it, great job. Every truck I drove was an International, would have loved to have one as my gear shift knob, of course I would take it with me when I traded trucks.

Mel
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#12
  Re: Re: a little turning fun by jerickson (Very cool!...)
love it !
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#13
  Re: a little turning fun by Woodshop (well more gluing tha...)
Someday I will get as good as you on making stuff like that.

I think you did a spot on job.

Arlin
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#14
  Re: a little turning fun by Woodshop (well more gluing tha...)
Very well thought out and executed project.
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#15
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Nicely done! Having spent the majority of my working life at IH/Navistar I especially like those.
Steve K


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#16
  Re: Re: a little turning fun by Steve K (Nicely done! Having ...)
I would run in the ditch from stairing at the center cap on the steering wheel all the time.

Very nice.
Grant

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