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Ed B
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« Reply #30 on: January 04, 2014, 11:24:33 PM »

Sorry boys. I can't help. I've never seen a factory rosewood wheel with rivets.

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« Reply #31 on: January 05, 2014, 04:15:36 AM »

Thanks every one for all the time and effort put in , I have come to the same conclusion it has to be a early production or prototype it is the only thing that makes sense, as who would do a copy that was not authentic it has a decent age to it although I would say has not seen action for many years until it was adapted to fit a mk1 Ford Cortina of the 60's.

 I only paid 50 for it so either way it is not a problem how ever I would have really loved to have I'D it 100% I always do a lot of research hence me being on here after reading Ed's fantastic research on the steering wheels on the site, extremely informative.

 Perhaps they where originally going for the Grant,  Moto Lita  or Derrington classic woodrim look and then decided to delete the Rivets before production, I guess in all honesty we will never know ,but intriguing all the same .
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