1970 Camaro Steering Wheel Horn Shroud And Mounting Hardware Rs Ss Z28 on 2040-parts.com
Bristol, Wisconsin, US
Country of Manufacture:United States
1970 Camaro steering wheel horn shroud and mounting hardware. Included in this auction is as follows
1 - Horn shroud ( plastic is in VGC. There are no cracks or breaks and it has not been repaired. All mounting bosses are good. Wood grain insert is faded ) ,
1 - Bowtie emblem ( chrome has some very small pits. No cracks or breaks),
1 - Aluminum cross bar part # 39823290 ( VGC no cracks or breaks ),
2 - Horn contacts with 2 mounting screws and 2 mounting nylon inserts ( VGC ),
1 - Horn contact ( VGC )
1 - Horn contact spacer with 3 mounting screws ( VGC no cracks or breaks ).
These are all of the parts needed to install the horn shroud to the 1970 Camaro steering wheel.
These parts were professionally removed. They are original GM parts and Remember nothing fits like original GM parts
Look at the pictures closely and check the compatibility chart there are no returns on these parts.
Thank you and Good luck bidding.
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