Ben just posted about some beautiful Iwate steering wheels found at the Tokyo Motor Show. This got me to think about stock JNC steering wheels and how strange they can be. The bubble era triggered a rush of asymmetrical, neon-future works of art. Some make the car, fitting the era and your hand in a way that needs no aftermarket replacements.
What’s the best stock JNC steering wheel?
The most entertaining comment by next Monday will receive a prize. Scroll down to see the winner of last week’s QotW, “What tools do you keep in your JNC?”
Last week, we asked about the best tools you keep within reach in your JNC. Geoff from Australia kicked off the entries with a nice variety of tools on his list. The multimeter especially is essential on JNC’s that span the new era of EFI and the electrical gremlins ever present. The cricket bat was a nice addition as well when things become stubborn!
(Hat tip to Brian Foo for mentioning the LED road flare. I’m so old school that I didn’t even think they made those with LEDs now. I will be adding them to my trunk post haste!)
Here’s what Geoff had to say:
Fluke electrical meter, socket set, screwdriver set, a hammer, a cricket bat, a torch, a trolley jack, Stanley pliers, vice grips, migraine medication, some clean rags and a workshop manual.
Other er, necessities, can’t live inside a car due to Australian summers but you always throw a few in before a big night out. ?
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