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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old Sep 26th, 03, 07:30 AM Thread Starter
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Does anyone have a picture of what the horn assembly looks like right under the horn cap for a 68 camaro with the wood three spoke steering wheel?

I can't figure how to hook horn up. I am thinking maybe my wood steering wheel may be aftermarket but it looks original and I believe was an RPO item. You can see it at:

http://community.webshots.com/album/92094543haFyDa?756

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That's not a factory wheel... Maybe a Grant which typically has 3 dimples that hold the horn button onto a plate and a big spring that holds the horn button off the base of the 3 spokes.

This might help...
http://www.grantproducts.com/install/FORM5.html

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DjD - thanks, you solved the mystery. I'll get the missing parts from Grant.

Does my interior look original to you? and if so was the wood steering wheel always with the deluxe interior or just another option.

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Wood wheels were just another option in 68/69. RPO N34. They were actually wood colored plastic. Walnut in 68, Rosewood in 69. Walnut was used in early 69 production cars up to about the middle of November 1968. No wood wheels in 67. Extra cost over and above the Deluxe Interior.

I beleive there was another RPO N30 Deluxe wheel in 68 as well. It was also an option, and was not included in the 68 Deluxe interior package.

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