WHERE YOU SAW US
Classic Trucks, December 2017
Be sure to grab up the December 2017 edition of Classic Trucks Magazine for a detailed look at a FullCustom Build Instrument Set designed specifically for Classic Truck's '69 Ford F-100. This set of gauges features a very unique clock and tach, fuel, volt, temp, and oil gauges, speedometer with custom Classic Trucks logo, and indicator lights for turn signals, high beam, and parking brake.
Check out the digital edition of this article by clicking here.
Classic Trucks, December 2017
Our '47-'54 Chevy "SuperStock" instrument sets were recently featured in "Part Time", a segment of Classic Trucks Magazine focusing on the newest, most exciting products available on the market today.
Street Rodder, November 2017
Take a look at Marie & Trey Sharps's '53 Cadillac featured in the November 2017 issue of Street Rodder Magazine. Squarely mounted in front of the driver seat is a beautiful CON2R steering wheel with 2" offset, custom(er) painted Gazelle spokes and double "Y" split grip, trim #425, lower 1/3 trim ring and custom painted horn button with Cadillac emblem.
If you don't have access to the magazine, click here for the digital version.
Street Trucks, March 2017
In the March 2017 issue of Street Trucks, you'll find Adam Cox's 1962 Ford F-100, featuring a CON2R Series One Classic steering wheel. This one was built with a custom grip color, chrome spokes with trim 404, and a lower 2/3 trim ring.
Click here to see more wheels like this in our online gallery.
Vette Magazine, October 2016
The 1960 Corvette featured in the article “Stopping and Steering Improved” this magazine features one of our custom C1 Corvette wheels in Risky Red and Simply Black. We don’t think there is any doubt this wheel is the finishing touch for the interior of the car.
Click here to read the full article in Vette Magazine.
Lowrider Magazine, July 2015
This ’65 Impala SS with a custom CON2R steering wheel has been featured in Lowrider magazine multiple times as owner Jesse Saldana continues to modify it. With this much detail, we’re not sure you could go much beyond this.
Click here to read more about the car and see 30 additional photos.
Street Rodder, July 2016
This 1956 Ford Fairlane Victoria was customized by Brent at “Fat Man Fabrications” with a CON2R Series One Gazelle steering wheel and bullet horn button.
To read the article in Street Rodder, click here.
This 1960 Oldsmobile 88 Fiesta Wagon built by Greg Cline Automotive features one of our leather wrapped Pomona steering wheels that looks ever so comfortable to both the hands and the eyes. Great work Greg – that’s one fine wagon!
To see more of Greg’s work check out his Facebook HERE.
If you haven't seen the article it in the most recent Summit Racing catalog you can see it HERE.
Street Rodder, November 2013
This 1953 Cadillac “Root Beer Float” is sporting a custom painted CON2R wheel by Ryan’s Rod and Kustom. Making the steering wheel an interior focal by using the Light Candy Root Beer exterior color on the convertible is a great touch. Well done Chris Ryan!
Super Chevy, August 2013
The perfect catch for Capt. Johnathan Hillstrand’s ‘55 Chevy, Time Bandit, was one of our limited edition “Jolly Roger” steering wheels. We’re pleased to see the coverage of the car in Super Chevy and the recognition given to Slick’s Garage for this outstanding build.
Our Whee-Tee made such an impression on the BLACKTOP crew at SEMA 2012 they included it in their special show edition of the magazine.
We hope you’ll grab either a digital or print version and check out the story on the Whee-Tee along with the rest of their unique SEMA coverage.
You’ll also find the guidelines for our “Whee-Tee Challenge” – which is your invitation to join the fun and build one too.
Street Rodder Tangerine Dream
Roger’s Tangerine Dream ‘48 Ford appeared in the January 2013 issue of Street Rodder. His custom matched Series One Gazelle steering wheel is the perfect touch.
StreetScene January 2013
Thumbing through the Builders Showcase cars from the 2012 NSRA Nationals we came across Randy and Yvonne Davis’ 1935 Chevrolet built by F and F Speed, Inc. Their Custom painted Series One Gazelle steering wheel looks right at home inside this beautifully built classic Chevrolet.
One Phun Phord
Our thanks to Custom Classic Trucks for deciding to let our PH100 grace the cover of their August 2012 issue. We also appreciate the feature article inside that shares the full details of the build. We’re pleased and proud they recognized this build was about the modifications we made and the features we added – not the components we installed. We fully agree it truly is “Like No Other.”
Truck Trends Top 25 Trucks
Our PH100, a 1964 Ford F100 which debuted at SEMA 2011, was chosen as one of the Top 25 Trucks at the show by Truck Trend magazine.
CON2R on Car Warriors
If you watched an episode of Car Warriors on the Speed Channel, you more than likely saw one or more of our wheels. More than half a dozen of our wheels were selected by the build teams to go on their rides.
Crowning moment for us was when, during the judging, George Barris says about our wheel on a car “… and that steering wheel, that is the ultimate.”
Wes Drelleshak asked us to help out with their Three in One Column Installation article and we were pleased to provide them with a nice new shiny wheel to cap off their column install. Thanks a bunch for the spread in the 2011 December issue of Classic Trucks.
Custom Classic Trucks
When Jeff Holt offered to write a tech article in Custom Classic Trucks about installing our wheel in his truck, we were more than excited to participate. Many thanks to Jeff for the great spread in the October 2011 issue of CCT.
Murray Pfaff's Imperial Speedster
The Imperial Speedster, built by Pfaff Designs is truly an insane one-of-a-kind creation. We were pleased to have helped out by making the crown and “Speedster” addition to the original “Imperial” fender emblems a reality.
GoodGuys CleanAir '55
For the 2011 Goodguys give away car, we sponsored the vehicle with the production of their “Clean Air 55” fender emblems.
METAL of HONOR
From the very beginning, the Metal of Honor project struck us as not just a great concept build, but a genuinely worthy cause. We are proud to have been able to participate in the realization of this project, even if only for the contribution of a gas cap emblem.
Rod & Custom, January 2011
Came as a surprise to us, but best we know this is the first feature vehicle in a magazine to just happen to have one of our steering wheels in it. Needless to say after scouring the pages of every publication for two years waiting for this moment, we are all smiles.