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    RESTORING A VINTAGE BLUEMEL STEERING WHEEL

    RESTORING A VINTAGE BLUEMEL STEERING WHEEL

    Standard Triumph like many other LBC manufacturers utilized steering wheels manufactured by Bluemel Brothers Ltd. of Wolston, Coventry.
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    angelfj1 07-09-2019, 04:06 PM
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    Geo Hahn

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    So you finally got it in but had to use a ĺ" drive to get it to go? If something was wrong in there (and I suspect there was) I don't think this

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    ahfan

    1965 tr4

    TOTAL restoration project. Some new parts, all complete. Has some rust in floor boards but no rust-through. wire wheels are good and have 8 of them. Tires

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    alameda bill

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    Hi Basil. Having a tough time navigating the site. Is there a delay for some reason (review?) from when a post is typed/entered and it appears? Pretty

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    Jake

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