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How to Install a Lokar Shift Knob for a Factory Appearance

3/3/2017

For many Corvette enthusiasts, this writer included, modifying a Corvette is a sensitive task. After all, you’re “messing with” designs and concepts from iconic designers and engineers like Harley Earl, Bill Mitchell and Zora Arkus-Duntov so changes should be well thought out and often the best modifications go unnoticed.

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