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Old 02-16-2020, 10:29 AM
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1967 J3000 steering column clutch and brake pedal assemblies

Manual 3onTree column
clutch pedal assembly
brake pedal assembly
also wiper motor



Not going to use them, don't want stuff sitting around.
Hate to toss if someone can use stuff?

Shoot me a PM if interested.
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Tony, how rough is the steering wheel? Looking at the pictures I can't tell if it is cracked or just dirty. Did it have the horseshoe collar trim at the column/dash, if so, are you using it? Thanks!
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Tony, how rough is the steering wheel? Looking at the pictures I can't tell if it is cracked or just dirty. Did it have the horseshoe collar trim at the column/dash, if so, are you using it? Thanks!

Wheel is VERY rough and VERY cracked.
I do have the column trim somewhere from my 65 wag, this truck it was MIA.
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Bummer, okay, thanks.

I figured it was worth asking as my son and I were heading up to Pomona on Saturday and I could have swung by on the way home from Pomona.

Finding that chrome column trim with the split in the middle (not the solid piece) is like a unicorn horn for me. I do have a couple of cast pieces, but getting "chrome" paint to look right is taking some doing.
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I'll dig around and see if i can find it...
iirc it was the chrome one
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