Discussion in 'NSW' started by Dubman, May 26, 2013.
D*mn! I swear I straightened out those pics. Oh well.
I've got more... is there any sort of limit on how many I can post? Anyone want to see more? It's not often I remember to take my camera, and it's even less often I get around to uploading the pics...
No limit - go for it!
Ok! Thanks Melissa, I wasn't sure. This one was one of my personal favs. Can anyone tell me what that super flash steering wheel is made of?
I swear all my photos are the right way up on photobucket!
I think I've quite clearly demonstrated why I can't be trusted to pull my own kombi apart given I can't get these pics the right way up! Feel free to pic your computer up and rotate it to view the pics ... lol.
They all look right way up to me Jo!
Just can't figure why they all so small and different sizes....:wtf:
We will be there as well in Milly with her new exhaust I got from George at the nationals, my in-laws are on the committee for the Swap meet so have sucked me in to helping out, I just hope it cooking the egg & bacon rolls.
Ill keep an eye out for you.
I think you will find it is a normal steering wheel but it has been given a pearlised treatment. It does look spectacular, I love them too.
You've done a great job with the pics Jo.
They are all the right way up and the same size from where I'm standing.
Same as what Grant & Bernie said Jo, you've done an excellent job with your pics. Thanks for posting. Especially for us northerners that couldn't make it down there.
That steering wheel has been pearl finished....I had the same done in my black bug years ago....there is a company up here in Brisbane that does it...& somewhere down in Sydney too if I remember..
I had it on my steering wheel & gearstick knob, window winder knobs in white too...they look magic...you can have it done in a few colours ..
These are the guys I used...highly recomend them...
just to keep things rolling............
I see some mysterious photo straightening fairy came by for a visit... either that or I am so losing the plot!
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