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Restoring an attwood helm and wheel 05 Jun 2020 00:30 #104978

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It's a rustoleum color I'm not sure I took the whole helm to Ray's house this morning he texted me a few minutes ago and said the shaft is fixed thank you Ray you are the man
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It's a rustoleum color I'm not sure I took the whole helm to Ray's house this morning he texted me a few minutes ago and the shaft is fixed thank Ray you are the man
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Looks good. What color blue is that?

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Restoring an attwood helm and wheel 03 Jun 2020 23:38 #104946

I have some FC Dashboard Emblems available for $72.95 to cover those holes, Charlie....B)

Oh yea. Nice job !!!
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Restoring an attwood helm and wheel 03 Jun 2020 23:09 #104945

Looks great bud, beautiful more like it, let me know if you need some covers etched up to cover some holes, cheers
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Restoring an attwood helm and wheel 03 Jun 2020 22:53 #104944

Charlie the wheel looks great, great looking blue.
Job... well... done... B)
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It's going on the vagabond with the e tec on it I'm going bore a hole in the dashboard and put the helm through it to raise the wheel up to give me more leg room and it will give me more belly room to and I'm thinking about putting the wheel in the center because that where I drive from most of the time anyway the dashboard already has lots of holes in it so I could hide some of them if I do that
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Restoring an attwood helm and wheel 03 Jun 2020 21:57 #104942

Hey Charlie, wheel looks great! I can't remember, which boat in your fleet is this wheel for?
Nick
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It looks beautiful, Charlie.
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1957 Clipper & twin 35 HP Evinrudes
1957 AlumaCraft 14 Ft. FD

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Well here it is with the w/c steering wheel on it what do you all think

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