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Variation on a .500 cal. revolver.
A black and yellow swirl pattern.
As promised, here's another bullet knob design. This one has the bullets standing in columns, topped by a pin.
These 1-3/8" diameter knobs are used on pinball machines. They could also be used as dash knobs, drawer pulls, or any other use for a smaller knob.
Bullet knobs can have so many designs that each one is completely different.
Another bullet knob; this one intended to echo a revolver cylinder.
These two knobs went onto antique vehicles being restored; they were reshaped after casting to produce a unique shape.
This was once a Christmas ornament. A little imagination can turn common items into unique shift knobs.
The photo doesn't do this knob justice! It features a 3D holographic glitter that leaps out in sunlight, but there's no way to capture that on a computer screen. These are available in red, blue, green and amber.
A variety of glitter knobs are available. These large glitter knobs were popular in the '60's and are hard to find now; Koolknobs can make one for you.
This is a good example of using costume jewelry for a project.
Military insignia are among my best products because they reflect the pride of America's men and women in uniform.
This old time shaped knob, done in seafoam green with a creme swirl, was for Rod and Custom's Budget Beater Project car.
For fly fishers, a knob with your favorite pattern in it will dress up your vehicle and remind you of the river where you'd probably rather be right now.
This knob featured a native American strength bear symbol. The colors were matched to the paint job on the bike it went to.
I've done a number of projects with peoples' favorite golf ball in them. This one commemorated a great trip to Hawaii.
Betty Boop in a particularly fetching pose.
This shape is new to the Koolknobs line-up. It's an "old-time" mushroom, about 2-1/4" in diameter. It holds a medallion for a custom street rod.

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