You know, I'm surprised this beat-up thing isn't older than 1970, when it was printed. This wheel is 11 inches across and it pretty sorry shape. It's from the "Connoisseur Series". Fancy. This wheel has information on both sides.
So, you dial the pattern you see, I guess, and it tells you the colors it came in along with the name. I wish I knew what Clevco was and what happened to it. I googled "clevco northridge" and got The American Kennel Gazette and Stud Book. That would make a good wheel, wouldn't it?
I don't know Peter Forsberg from an electric drill, but if you're a fan then maybe this is the wheel for you. It shows his "top 10 career totals vs NHL" as of at least 2000, which is the copyright date. He played for several teams, but this shows him as a member of the Colorado Avalanche.
This wheel measure 2.5 by 3.5 inches and is in like-new condition. You'd think they would have tried a little harder to make the disk look more like a hockey puck, wouldn't you? It's quite remarkable that he was able to have such a successful career without having any lower legs.
This is the most horrible wheel we have. I can't imagine why John bought it. It's unbearably ugly and cheesy and isn't really worth keeping. I hate it.
This is 12 inches across and must have been included in one of the Reader's Digest record albums, a set of "30 happily varied programs, skillfully arranged to keep your home filled with melody and golden memories!" Please, no.
Just imagine having to choose from one of the categories. How about "Golden Memories"? Or maybe "Gloom Chasers". I wonder how many barbershop quartets are on this thing? Imagine the torture.
And that's not all! Check out the "we laughed at" and "everybody [everybody!] sang and danced to" categories. Tip-Toe Thru the Tulips! Down by the Old Mill Stream! And who can forget In My Merry Oldsmobile? In the early 1930s, "we" bought backgammon and Fletcher's Castoria. What times to be alive!