Batwing Steering Wheel

Discussion in '"Pay It Forward"' started by Ramair455ho, Jun 1, 2020.

  1. Ramair455ho

    Ramair455ho Gold Level Contributor

    Not in the best of shape just pay shipping and it is yours.
     

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  2. nekkidhillbilly

    nekkidhillbilly post whore

    what year is this from?
     
  3. Brad Conley

    Brad Conley Super Moderator Staff Member

    70-72 Special, Skylark, GS and even GSX in 1971-72.
     
  4. 71GSX

    71GSX Well-Known Member

    Great offer to someone. I looked several years for one and paid a premium price for a very nice one.
     
  5. nekkidhillbilly

    nekkidhillbilly post whore

    i like it how does the horn button hook up
     
  6. Ramair455ho

    Ramair455ho Gold Level Contributor

    out of a1971 skylark
     
  7. BUQUICK

    BUQUICK I'm your huckleberry.

    Bit of trivia: the "batwing" steering wheel was first used by Oldsmobile. Here is a photo of a '69 Cutlass W31.

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  8. nekkidhillbilly

    nekkidhillbilly post whore

    how much to ship to 41731
     
  9. Ramair455ho

    Ramair455ho Gold Level Contributor

    neEkkidhillbilly i wil get you a shipping quote later today.
     
  10. nekkidhillbilly

    nekkidhillbilly post whore

  11. 69GS&M21

    69GS&M21 Silver Level contributor

    It is cool lookin'
     
  12. I have one of these in my 1972 Buick Skylark that is Dark Green and it is in near mint to mint condition.

    I have always liked the look of both the Buick and Oldsmobile Batwing Steering Wheels.

     
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  13. I also love this design of the Oldsmobile Batwing Steering Wheels that were popular in 1978-1979 Oldsmobile's. I have had several of these on some Oldsmobile's that I have owned in the past.

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  14. nekkidhillbilly

    nekkidhillbilly post whore

    got it and im pleased. do have a question how does the horn button come off.
     
  15. BUQUICK

    BUQUICK I'm your huckleberry.

    it's not easy to do when installed on the car. Easy to damage the wheel. With it off the car use something to push from the backside through the splined hole. Once it is removed, you will see that it just has a rubber holding it in place.
     
  16. nekkidhillbilly

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  17. 69GS&M21

    69GS&M21 Silver Level contributor

    So that's how they keep cars from reproducing. :) When I owned an Opel GT, I used to joke that it's what you get when a Corvette has a baby. :)
     
  18. nekkidhillbilly

    nekkidhillbilly post whore

    LOL
     

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