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Old 02-28-2012, 02:27 PM
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I recently was going through my dads things that my mother had kept and found a shift knob I believed to be a Hurst. When I was a kid I remember this knob and every other shift knob we owned was a Hurst. Upon calling Hurst I find out that they have no clue what im talking about. It is a white classic knob but sorta looks like and eyeball. It has a black inlay with with white 4 speed numbers. Ive never seen another one like but kinda interested in knowing something about it.

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A picture would probably help!
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A picture would probably help!
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yeah that seems like the obvious verdict
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I think the reverse is the wrong way for a Volks
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I dunno but my Saginaw 3 speed had the same pattern except for the 4th gear of course,lol.
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I dont think its anything out of the ordinary....| seem to remember lots of those...Doesnt look like an eyeball to me, looks like a shift knob

We used to chuck them for the Hurst "T" handle grip thingy
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