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Whats a good size for a aftermarket steering wheel in a 67. thinking replacing the stock one that seems a little big but I don't want to get one to small and look silly? any suggestions.
 

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IF I were to change the wheel on my car, ...I'd consider the mid 70's (actually up to 81 I think) Sport steering wheel used on many of the Camaros.
It's a '4-spoke' wheel, a little smaller in diameter than the original, ...and I've seen them in 1st gen's, ...they look fine.
Just to check, ...I just did an Ebay search "81 Camaro steering wheel", ...here's one:
http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/1978...704QQitemZ270100333528QQrdZ1QQsspagenameZWDVW
(I do NOT know this seller, ...simply posting this link as an example.)
Again, ...those wheels were used MANY years, ...look around, you should be able to find one or about $50.
 

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Without power steering, a 14 inch will be about the smallest, especially if you parallel park alot.

With power steering, a 13 inch will do fine.
 

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It's a grant 457 with the 5649 SS horn button. I used the standard installation kit but they have billet ones if you like that. You can check them out here. http://www.grantproducts.com/ Some are pricey. The 457 with the extra horn button and install kit was under $100.00 I had a local rod shop order mine. I think you can have kragen, pep boys ect. get them also if they don't have one in stock.:beers:
 
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