About Steering Wheel Bob
With over 50 years as a builder, carpenter, and passionate car hobbyist, hand-craftsmanship is in my blood. I grew up around my father's car lot, and my first job as a teenager was in a body shop where I learned bodywork and painting from old-school artisans. I painted my first car at 17, and I've been hands-on in the hobby ever since.
I completed my first ground-up, frame-off restoration over 40 years ago--a 1930 Franklin that won a CCCA First on it's inaugural outing and continued to rack up a series of Firsts and 'Best in Shows' over the next decade.
I've always restored my show cars myself, and each earned multiple CCCA & AACA National First Prizes. These cars have included:
1930 Franklin 7 Passenger Sedan (1 of 7 produced)
1951 Imperial Convertible (1 of 650 produced)
1956 Crown Imperial Limousine (1 of 119 produced)
I've also owned a variety of other cars, including a 1925 Franklin Boattail Speedster, a 1950 Studebaker Pickup, and a very rare original 1951 Chysler Town & Country Wagon.
I've participated in numerous other restorations for friends and clients, and I've been exclusively performing steering wheel restorations (and dash parts) since the early 90's.
Steering Wheel Bob
Hours: Mon-Sat, 8AM-8PM EST
652 Rosemont-Ringoes Rd
Stockton NJ, 08559