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Wooden parking brake handles?

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Does anyone know of anyone making and selling wooden parking brake handles? I see that Forrest offers some, but I'm looking for something lower cost. Plus, I already have a nice shift knob from Paddock and would love to match the wood and finish of the brake handle.

 

Couldn't find anything out on the web.

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@bluebmw , the owner of the Paddock.

 

I apologize if I got the name wrong... but I think it's Riley.

 

Custom parts like this take time and a hundred bux won't buy you much of it, imho.

 

(We've gotten too used to ChinaChinaChina pricing and CNC is killing the craftsmen).

 

13 hours ago, backeis said:

I'm looking for something lower cost

 

How much are you hoping to spend on a custom grip to match your knob?

Got a photo of your knob you can share?

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39 minutes ago, '76mintgrün'02 said:

 

Got a photo of your knob you can share?

 

Somewhere, Conkitchen's spidey sense is tingling.

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1 hour ago, '76mintgrün'02 said:

@bluebmw , the owner of the Paddock.

 

I apologize if I got the name wrong... but I think it's Riley.

 

Custom parts like this take time and a hundred bux won't buy you much of it, imho.

 

(We've gotten too used to ChinaChinaChina pricing and CNC is killing the craftsmen).

 

Hi all, Riley here. Unfortunately our bandwidth has been pretty limited lately (silly day jobs!), so we aren't able to accommodate custom requests or new projects at this time. We have gotten a handful of parking brake requests, so it is high up on the to-do list. If/when we get back into making wood parts again, we'll start on those! Thanks for your support and patience. :) 

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