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MikeConlisk Christopher Conlisk
Hephizbah, Georgia, USA   USA
I don't have any pics of it, but will take one tomorrow and send it. It will need repair at the 4 points where the spokes attach to the wheel. I repaired them last year with a liquid weld for plastic which didn't work. I then sanded and painted the wheel and it looked good. Then the paint dripped off in the Georgia heat while sitting in my garage. So I figured I didn't really know what I was doing and bought a new one... problem solved.

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Cribbs74 Ron Cribbs
Tuttle, OK, USA   USA
Thanks Chris, let me know. I sent you a PM.

To the OP, sorry for messing up your thread, seems we were looking for a wheel at the same time.

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Zur Silver Member Dave H.
Amarillo, Texas, USA   USA
Thanks anyway Ron.

In reply to # 3631215 by Cribbs74 The monstrosity is some kind of non-stock 70’s chrome and wood thing that is downright hideous. Not suitable for anything but the trashbin.



Dave

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MikeConlisk Christopher Conlisk
Hephizbah, Georgia, USA   USA
Attached are two photos of steering wheel. As for cost, I just need shipping from Georgia to your location.


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ohmite Eric O
Eden, NY, USA   USA
Chris,
That looks very restorable.

And it's not green winking smiley.

Best Regards,
Eric


In reply to # 3631679 by MikeConlisk Attached are two photos of steering wheel. As for cost, I just need shipping from Georgia to your location.

Cribbs74 Ron Cribbs
Tuttle, OK, USA   USA
In reply to # 3631679 by MikeConlisk Attached are two photos of steering wheel. As for cost, I just need shipping from Georgia to your location.

Sounds like a deal to me!

My Zip code is 73089. Let me know your address through a Private Message and I’ll send the shipping ASAP.

Ron

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RJBrown Randy Brown
Queen Creek, Arizona, USA   USA
Easiest way to send shipping is to have UPS send a prepaid pick up label. The person paying for shipping calls UPS with a credit card and the sender boxes it up and leaves it out for pick up. Nobody leaves home. Only cost to sender is a box and some tape. The UPS driver comes by puts the shipping label on the box and leaves a receipt. No need to wait to send money and then take time to carry it in for shipping.

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Cribbs74 Ron Cribbs
Tuttle, OK, USA   USA
I’ll do whatever the seller requires of me.

If it’s UPS then I will need box dimensions and package weight.

Ron

Cribbs74 Ron Cribbs
Tuttle, OK, USA   USA
Sent another PM.

Hoping to hear back!

Ron

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Cribbs74 Ron Cribbs
Tuttle, OK, USA   USA
I understand what happened now. I’ll just start a new thread. That’s what I get for butting in! winking smiley

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