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Dino - Tan - 3 Spoke Marine Steering Wheel - Made In Italy - #dsw9161511 on

US $15.00

Islamorada, Florida, United States

Islamorada, Florida, United States
Condition:New other (see details) Brand:Dino Country/Region of Manufacture:Italy Manufacturer Part Number:N/A

I have DOZENS upon DOZENS of these new, never used,  Pontoon/Marine Boat hard plastic and hard rubber steering wheels in many colors available, some still in original boxes, but most are loose, ready to be used for any of your car, hot rod or boating projects. 

  • 3 Spoke Design
  • Hard Rubber steering wheel
  • Width: 14" at it's widest points
  • Center Hole Diameter: 2.5"
  • Distance from center of screw hole to center of screw hole: 1.5"
  • Color: Tan (color may appear different on different computer screens)
  • This wheel was left out of the carton in the warehouse and has some dirt marks and is being sold AS-IS (see photos)
  • Made In Italy
  • Sold AS-IS

Sold as seen in pictures. Customers,  please note

every computer shows colors differently. All measurements are approximate to the best of our ability. Hardware and instruction / installation manual not included. Some products may have some minor scratches and/or scuffs from storage and handling.


Photographs are part of the description - please examine them carefully!

If you are not sure what you are bidding on, please ASK QUESTIONS!

I am happy to answer any questions during the auction! :)


is of the utmost importance to me!


I will gladly consider any reasonable offer

Offers for half or less than half the listed price will not be considered

Buying more than one item?

Bump and Jump is happy to combine multiple eBay items into one order. Please drop us a line, here on eBay,  and we will be happy to send you a custom shipping quote for your items.

While the wheels are not particularly heavy, they are large for standard boxes.  It is actually more cost effective to ship them in the USPS "One Price - It fits, It ships to anywhere" boxes that they provide, as opposed to purchasing special boxes and packing materials and having all the time to pack them up, even if it is withing the same state.  Because of that, I try and keep the asking prices of my wheels extremely fair so you, the customer, are still getting a great deal.  

**My office is closed on weekends and major holidays, but please feel free to ask any questions and they will be answered promptly on the next business day.  Please keep this in mind when making offers for items.  Make your offer time extend to the next business day, we wouldn't want you or ourselves to miss out on a great opportunity for "that item you just have to have".**

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