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Old 08-31-2011, 11:36 PM
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My NOS steering wheel and horn button.

How many 50 year old cars could you buy an NOS steering wheel and horn button for $110 bucks? I am so darn cheap, this Rambler is perfect for me.

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That's cool and not many I'm looking for one for my 70 chevelle or a used one
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OMG - I forgot how simple those Rambler dash boards were.

Good score, Brian.

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You really are cheap: just one instrument on your dash!!

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yanno, they do call that the " Rambler Mentallity " lol. it is contageous, and it never wore off after I sold mine
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Whats the diameter of the wheel? I like the simple look of it. Wonder if the splines are the same as a 56 chevy truck?
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The dash has the one cluster with a water temp gauge, fuel gauge and idiot lights for the oil pressure and charging. That one came out of my "wrecking yard" (parts car out back ) and is in MUCH better condition than the old one. I was thinking they both had about 55K miles (the odometers are only about 300 miles apart!) but I am pretty sure now that the parts car is a true 55k while the coupe I am driving is 155K.

Kal, I have no idea if the splines are the same. I do have a 48 Chevy so I could check it. But I could also send you the center out of one of these wheels being I have the old cracked up junk wheel I was going to throw away. If you would like to give it a try PM me.


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