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When we received the call from Stew Jones Restoration for 18x9 and 18x10 spline drive wire wheels for this project we knew it would be something special....


When we received the call from Stew Jones Restoration for 18x9 and 18x10 spline drive wire wheels for this project we knew it would be something special. Here are some specs that the builder shared with us. Click for more information

Classic Wire Wheels

We put a set of Dayton wheels on the front of our 1920 Ford T-Bucket Roadster a while back and we love them. We are amazed at how many people comment on how nice they look of the front of our hot rod. And, we are confident that they are strong enough to endure even Oklahoma roads. Thanks for making such a great set of wheels. We have attached a picture and hope you can use it in your gallery.


Classic Wire Wheels

Body: Steel 29 Ford replica by Brookvile.  The 32 grill is sectioned 2 1/2 inches.  The windshield is chopped 4 1/2 inches.  The hood sides have '34 Ford style louvers.
Frame: Modified 32 Ford replica by Brookville.  The frame is stepped 4 inches in the back and has a suicide perch in the front.  This gives the car its low stance.
Engine: 302 Ford 340hp crate motor with Demon three two barrel carburetion. Transmission is a T5 (manual 5 speed). Paint: 2002 Mini Cooper Indigo Blue.  The interior: Maroon, Italian leather.



Brian Grenert's 2007 Chrysler Crossfire with dayton radial lace knock off, wheel size 18x8 front / 18x9 rear wheel with chrome rim, stainless spokes, center hub painted silver name. This is now in our gallery.



Woodill Wildfire

The Woodill Wildfire was a sports car built by Dodge and Willys dealer Blanchard Robert "Woody" Woodill from 1952 to 1958 in Downey California. The Wildfire used a fiberglass body and is credited with being the first complete fiberglass car available with approximately 15 produced and another 285 sold as kits.A child's version of the vehicle called the Brushfire was also available.

In September, 2012 a Woodill Wildfire was featured on the Discovery Channel TV show Fast N' Loud. The stars of the show, Gas Monkey Garage restored the car and added a new set of much stronger Dayton Wire wheels.


1932 Ford B-400 Duecenberg

Detroit Autorama Riddler award winner is Doug Cooper of Oyster Bay Cove, NY with his 1932 Ford B-400 “Duecenberg” built by Alan Johnson’s Hot Rods. Congratulations to Doug Cooper and the team at Alan Johnson’s Hot Rods on a job well done. Duecenberg proudly rolls on the Dayton Triple Cross wire wheels with painted to match rim and hub with polished stainless spokes.