Wednesday, November 27, 2013

The Ultimate In 1950's Vintage Hot Rod Accessories

If you were putting together a race car in the 1950's, some of these adaptations would be considered mandatory, and others just cool. We'll let you decide which is which...


The "bow-tie" steering wheel, perfect for that rail dragster, especially when your projected turning radius is six-inches.

The track-nose grille, a staple of the 1951 Dick Flint Ford roadster and others.

If you ever desired access to "Jet Power", it was right at your toes with this aluminum gas pedal...


How about a Stewart Warner 8k tachometer? Marings and Co. advertised these in the early Hot Rod magazines.
Chromed BLC type headlights, for show AND go on the street and strip.

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