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Looking for a 70-72 steering wheel I don't wanna spend alot cause i don't know if it will work on my 80 but I wanna try, so let me know if you have anything.
 

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How about one like this?


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Not a pic of mine, grabbed it off the web. I have no clue what is in the baggie....PM me if you are interested.
 

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hey Canted, what did that come off of? That's what mine looks like, so must be original equipment for an 83, cause everyone knows mine is totally stock.

would I lie? :dontknow:
 

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It does have the '4 spoke' similarity. Looks to be some sort of rubber coated and not sticky like originals (like mine) have come to be with age. Just observing here. I do not have one for sale or trade.:beer:
 

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Those are camaro steering wheels. Have one on my 78. I think the monza had them too.
 

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The one I have was on a 71 El Camino when I bought it. Chevy used these on several models, even the Vega GT. I have seen them listed for Chevelle/Elco, possibly an option.
 

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The one I have was on a 71 El Camino when I bought it. Chevy used these on several models, even the Vega GT. I have seen them listed for Chevelle/Elco, possibly an option.
I believe they are option NK4 (Could be wrong on that), but they are correct for a '71/'72 Camino.
 

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Correct, NK4 option for 71-72 with blue bow-tie emblem. To get the "sticky" off, try using autobody degreaser and a clean cotton rag. A little bit of elbow grease and it'll look and feel like new.
 
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