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OER 3945461 Reproduction Steering Wheel Horn Cap, Steel, 1967-69 GM
OER 3945461 Reproduction Steering Wheel Horn Cap, Steel, 1967-69 GM

OER 3945461 Reproduction Steering Wheel Horn Cap, Steel, 1967-69 GM

67-69 Camaro, 68-70 Chevelle, 1968 Chevy II, 68-70 El Camino, 69-70 Nova, 1.88" Button Diameter

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OER 3945461 Reproduction Steering Wheel Horn Cap, Steel, 1967-69 GM
OER 3945461 Reproduction Steering Wheel Horn Cap, Steel, 1967-69 GM
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MFG. Part #:
3945461
Overall Diameter:
3.25"
Button Diameter:
1.88"
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Features correct paint with brushed chrome appearance. Fits all 1967-69 Chevrolet models with Walnut or Rosewood wheel, also fits 1969 “comfort grip” padded steering wheels.
  • Correct paint with brushed chrome appearance
  • Fits all 1967-69 Chevy's with Walnut or Rosewood
  • Fits 1969 comfort grip
Some parts are not legal for use in California or other states with similar laws/regulations

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