Wanted:1970 Rim Blow wheel w/no cracks Unrestored
#1
I am trying to find a good used Rimblow wheel unrestored with absolutely no cracks on the wheel.

Note: I dont want any restored wheel at all.

Any one have one or know where one may be? Pray
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#2
Hhmm, that may be hard to come by, but I'll keep my eyes ane ears open for you!
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#3
I have not seen an unrestored rim blow without cracks. You might check ebay. Good luck.
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#4

I put 30 hours into self restoration on mine and it still isnt perfect.
Ill find one if it takes a year....Ill just keep trying.

I NEED A BLACK one

Thanks All...Sad
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#5
Whats the difference in the 1971-73?Im asking cause 1 of the owners of our company pulled 1 out the other day that was taken off when the ca was close to new and has been in storeage.no cracks and the only difference I see is the center what i would call the horn button.
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#6
I believe 70-73 are the same, but I'm not sure the '70 was available in four colors like the 71-73's.
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#7


Check it out and let me know if he wants to sell it.

ThanksBiggrin
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#8
(12-22-2011, 02:37 PM)Masterblaster7212 Wrote: Check it out and let me know if he wants to sell it.

ThanksBiggrin

he does want to sell it said he was going to put on ebay send me a Pm and i will get you his number.
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#9

I sent a PM so let me know.
Thanks.

NO CRACKS AT ALL,

UN RESTORED 1970 wheel, wanted..Biggrin
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#10
I have done some research and the following applies to me just paying a high dollar amount and still having to put in another 500 or so into the wheel once I get it.

If the horn button works and the wheel is in great condition with no cracks Ill go up to $500 if it is Black[b]. If not Ill offer $400 final offer for one that is not black and needing a horn switch. I think it's a fair offer. Two months ago one sold with only a 1/4 inch hairline crack for $335.

One with a crack sell for $140.00 :http://www.ebay.com/itm/1969-70-Mustang-Rim-Blow-Steering-Wheel-RimBlow-Boss-Shelby-Fairlane-/130622437340?pt=Vintage_Car_Truck_Parts_Accessories&vxp=mtr&hash=item1e69b437dc

or $225 through West coast cougar with a crack present.: http://www.cougarpartscatalog.com/70rbdriver.html

restored wheel for $595.00: http://www.ebay.com/itm/1970-71-72-73-Mu...20c088c389

at "Best in show steering wheels" its even cheaper to redo my steering wheel at : $400 for everything; http://www.bestinshowsteeringwheels.com/services.html
Plumbeeper steering wheel restorations start at 325.00: http://www.rimblowsteeringwheels.com/PRO...VICES.html

$395 for restoration service on my rim blow steering wheel.: http://www.ebay.com/itm/1969-1970-73-Mus...20c088c504

I have a rim blow steering wheel that I could send in for restoration but since Colorado is a cold state I dont wish to risk any future cracks due to temperature changes.

I will go 500 bucks for a good condition Black wheel with good switch.
Ill go 400 for any other color wheel in good condition that still needs a switch but is not cracked.
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