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- (steering wheel) a handwheel that is used for steering
- A wheel that a driver rotates in order to steer a vehicle
- (Steering wheel (ship)) The wheel of a ship is the modern method of adjusting the angle of the rudder, in turn changing the direction of the boat or ship. It is also called the helm, together with the rest of the steering mechanism.
- (Steering Wheel) Formerly, a round leather-covered steel wheel with which the driver would manipulate a car’s front wheels in order to steer the automobile.
- (of a garment or design) Of a simple elegant style not greatly subject to changes in fashion
- an artist who has created classic works
- Judged over a period of time to be of the highest quality and outstanding of its kind
- Remarkably and instructively typical
- a creation of the highest excellence
- authoritative: of recognized authority or excellence; "the definitive work on Greece"; "classical methods of navigation"
- a specific practice of long standing
- custom-made: made according to the specifications of an individual
- accepted or habitual practice
- A thing that one does habitually
- A traditional and widely accepted way of behaving or doing something that is specific to a particular society, place, or time
- Established practice or usage having the force of law or right
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Ergo Grip Steering Wheel Cover, Black
The Auto Expressions Steering Wheel Cover provides the latest in innovative steering wheel protection. This attractive cover improves the appearance of old or dirty steering wheels and protects hands from hot and cold extremes. It installs easily by slipping right on and fits most standard steering wheels. In addition to adding style and fashion to your interior, the massage grip makes for a thicker, more comfortable feel. This cover matches other Auto Expressions accessories designed for your auto's interior.
There are three categories of Messing About With Cars. The first is keeping the car original. With classics and collector cars, this is always the safest, both from the perspective of protecting your investment and also the perspective of knowing that the parts will fit and work. And with any classic car, there is much joy and bonding associated with simple tasks from changing the oil and spark plugs to polishing and detailing—as well as driving and enjoying it as it was meant to be enjoyed, of course. The second is purchasing aftermarket pieces to personalize the car. This can also be tons of fun, especially if the car is popular with aftermarket vendors. With more than three-quarters of a million Mazda MX-5s of various series having been produced, the Miata is certainly near the top of the list when it comes to having a wide selection. And replacing the factory equipment with something more to your taste is a great way to personalize a car which is otherwise indistinguishable from thousands if not millions of others. But the third category is an order of magnitude more personal. In this category of Messing About With Cars, you replace factory components not with vendor-provided pieces... but with parts you make yourself. Here are the first two bits in the third-category car project I've undertaken this year. The shift knob is obvious, even in this cameraphone snap: yes, that's a real #7 billiard ball, drilled and tapped to fit the Miata shift lever. The golden ferrule beneath it is actually a bronze bushing, courtesy of the local Lowe's hardware aisle. As it happens, it's exactly the right fit, and the little collar at the bottom holds the leather shift boot down perfectly. More subtle is the strap on the door, with the two aluminum rectangles. This is still the prototype, as I'm working on getting a better feel to the leather strap. The leather itself is from an old steering wheel for a car I no longer own; it has a great vintage, distressed look, which is what I was going for, but I have some ideas for V2.0. Meanwhile, it works very well, feels good when you close the door, and gives the car a sort of Fifties race-car vibe that I'm going for. Plus it actually gives me more knee room than the stock injection-molded plastic door pull/armrest combo. Also worth noting: I've given myself a design challenge this year. The terms of this challenge are to make things out of stuff I find lying around the house. (Or, in the case of the aluminum for the door brackets and the 7-ball, around friends' houses.) Yes, I bought the bronze ferrule, and a couple of bolts and screws, from the local hardware store; that's acceptable under the terms of the challenge. But the main structural and functional components need to come from stuff I already have. This is partly a money-saving rule, but more so it's in keeping with the tenor of 2010 for us, which is based on the assumption that we already HAVE enough, we simply don't DO enough WITH it. Next up: I'm going to try a couple of weird things with the window cranks. Not sure yet what will work... I'll keep you posted.
1950 Mercaster, 2011 Capitola Rod and Customer Classic
This 1950 customized Mercury (Mercaster) has many modifications, including the following: rounded hood corners, front and rear; customized 1952 De Soto grill; Frenched Halogen headlights; Frenched 1959 Cadillac front parking lights; flared front fenders; 1951 Mercury rear-quarter panels, extended three inches and smoothed; 1954 Mercury lower rear quarter panels custom lower flare; custom-made metal skirts; custom rear bumper with 1959 Cadillac tail lights; custom Pearl Fade paint. The drive train sports the following: Guaranty Chevrolet 350 crate engine; Sanderson headers; Edelbrock Endurashine intake, carburetor and water pumps; California custom valve covers; Summit Racing TH350 transmission; B&M Quicksilver shifter; Ford nine-inch rear end; aluminum radiator/electric fan. Suspension: Stock Mercury frame; power electric ABS disc brakes; power steering; air-ride system; Dakota Digital auto height system. Interior: Hot Rod Air A/C and heating; custom gauges; rear-view camera; Kool Knobs custom dash knobs; steering wheel and column; custom leather interior and custom pinstripes; embroidery; 1963 Thunderbird seats; custom metal console and A/C vent panels; custom guitar amplifier in trunk with two TV monitors; custom Gene Winfield guitar painted to match car.
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The double-DIN BV9560B from Boss Audio Systems is an affordable way to add DVD entertainment to your vehicle. Enjoy playback of DVDs, CDs, SVCDs, and VCDs. Includes both a USB port and SD/MMC card slot for quick enjoyment of digital media (MP3/WMA/MP4) as well, along with an AM/FM radio with 30 presets. A side panel auxiliary input and rear A/V input let you connect external multimedia devices, and you can expand your system with front and rear preamp outputs and a rear-view camera input. Last, but certainly not least, the BV9560B is Bluetooth-equipped, so you can make hands-free calls with your compatible cell phone.
An affordable way to add DVD entertainment to your vehicle, along with built-in Bluetooth for hands-free calling. Click to enlarge.
Front-panel USB port for playback of digital media.
Full-featured remote included.
Make and receive hands-free calls thanks to the BV9560B's Bluetooth technology. If your phone features voice dialing, you can use a connected microphone to access that feature as well.
The BV9560B features a 7-inch, color TFT touchscreen. Your widescreen video will look great thanks to the 1440 x 324 pixel resolution and high brightness.
DVDs and More
Enjoy playback of your favorite DVDs, CDs, SVCDs, and VCDs in the slot-loading DVD player.
You can also play MP3/WMA audio or MP4 video from a disc, or directly from a USB or SD card.
Dial in your sound with the treble, bass, balance, and fade controls.
Listen to your favorite radio programming with the AM/FM Radio with PLL synthesized tuner.
Instantly access your favorite stations with 30 presets.
Plenty of Connectivity
Use the auxiliary input to connect external audio devices, such as iPods and MP3 players, or use the rear A/V input for external video components (game systems, etc.).
The SD/MMC card slot and USB port let you play back your MP3/WMA or MPEG4 files if you don't feel like burning a disc, so you can quickly switch out your favorite tunes on the fly.
Room to Grow
The BV9560B delivers 85 x 4 watts, enough to get things shaking--but if you want more, you can always expand your system thanks to dual (front and rear) RCA preamp outputs.
You can also add a rear-view camera for added safety and convenience.
Wireless Remote Included
Control the action with a handy remote.
What's in the Box
Boss BV9560B Receiver, remote control, USB cable, installation hardware, user's manual, and warranty card.