Grant 967 15 Inch Classic Nostalgia Wood Steering Wheel w/ Chevy Horn
Universal Fit, Replacement Steering Wheel Style, 15" Outside Diameter, 4.13 inch Dish, Brushed
- Steering wheel is 15" in diameter and has a 4.13" dish
- Features a stainless steel 3 spoke design that has a brushed finish
- Grip is made from real walnut wood
- Includes an officially licensed Chevrolet logo horn button cover
- Wheel features a 3 bolt mounting style
The Grant Classic Nostalgia steering wheels were patterned after some of the most popular classic designs of the ‘60’s muscle car era. The 3-spoke, slotted design features a thick, hardwood grip and brushed stainless steel spokes that will add style and comfort to any vehicle. Includes an officially licensed Chevrolet logo horn button cover to match your car.
Requires installation kit (sold separately) to mount this wheel to your specific steering column.
410-967 Instructions (PDF)
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Q & A
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