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Steering Wheels

Discussion in 'For Sale' started by bucket, Jan 6, 2019.

  1. bucket

    bucket Super Moderator Staff Member

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    I think the hard-to-find stuff just simply gravitates towards Jay. He has a knack.

    I swear, I'll say I saw something that I thought was rare, and then he will tell me he just tripped over ten of them last week, lol.

    @RetroC10Sport
     
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  2. RetroC10Sport

    RetroC10Sport Super Moderator Staff Member

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    Ford Mustang; GMC Sierra C1500 SportSide, GMC Syclone, Olds Silhouette; Aztek GT; Corvette
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    200 L6; 5.7, 4.3, 3.8, 3.4; 6.0
    Haha! Perhaps. I guess because there are a lot of trucks left down here.
     
  3. RetroC10Sport

    RetroC10Sport Super Moderator Staff Member

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    Ford Mustang; GMC Sierra C1500 SportSide, GMC Syclone, Olds Silhouette; Aztek GT; Corvette
    Engine Size:
    200 L6; 5.7, 4.3, 3.8, 3.4; 6.0
    While not always in the best shape, there's usually 3-4 1992-94 S Blazer/Jimmys in the yards down here. The Jimmy I got the seats for my Sierra had a nice wheel but I didn't think to grab it. I will have to check more often. They are only like $8-10 each here.
     

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