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    Default Wow, 240K steering wheels are expensive

    Look at the price on this one, and its not ended yet.

    http://cgi.ebay.com.au/ws/eBayISAPI....m=300383511608
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    240k is good

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    thats ridiculous

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr Camouflage View Post
    Look at the price on this one, and its not ended yet.]
    you not wrong there, no way I would pay that much for a wheel (but I do have 4)

    Nigel

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    4 you say? I've been looking for a spare one. I put a bid on the one going for 1 cent.
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    THIS...is an expensive wood steering wheel.And it's not even NOS.

    http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/1967-...item5188a9ed2c
    Faster than anyone in Oceanside

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    Quote Originally Posted by Z train View Post
    THIS...is an expensive wood steering wheel.And it's not even NOS.

    http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/1967-...item5188a9ed2c
    I can see why this is one is so expensive, it's a 'STEERING WHEEL KIT', see the last word, 'kit', where else the other one is just the wheel

    Nigel..

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr Camouflage View Post
    4 you say? I've been looking for a spare one. I put a bid on the one going for 1 cent.
    Damnit, out bid already.

    Oh well. Guess I'll dig out the old formuling wheel that was on a 260Z I wrecked and use that for now.
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    $187. These wheels usually sell for around $30 on ebay.

    My compe wheel arrived today. Now that was expensive.
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    I've sold 2 in the past. one for $120 and one fro over $150. I advertised them as "240K Hot Rod steering wheel. And that's the key - they're going into the hotrod market and those guys have deep pockets.

    the guy who bought my last one put it onto an Austin A30 or something.

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