1967 F100 Steering Wheel (Lunar Green)and horn Ring

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1967 F100 Steering Wheel (Lunar Green)and horn Ring

Postby Jaddiethelady » Mon Oct 09, 2017 2:47 pm

HI there! I know it is a long shot but I am looking for a 1967 F100 Lunar Green Steering wheel and the horn ring to go with it. It is the last thing I need to complete my truck! I have a fully functional steering wheel I can trade if you are interested, if not of course I have cash. I am specifically looking for a Lunar Green one which is a light teal color. The one I have is a dark turquoise if anyone is interested in it. Thanks in advance :)

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Re: 1967 F100 Steering Wheel (Lunar Green)and horn Ring

Postby colnago » Thu Oct 12, 2017 12:55 pm

You might have to paint it. I also have a lunar green truck, and my steering wheel has a ton of cracks. it's also so worn that it's streaked half green and half black. I figure on patching the cracks during the winter months, then painting it when I paint the truck.

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Re: 1967 F100 Steering Wheel (Lunar Green)and horn Ring

Postby hdman90 » Fri Oct 13, 2017 7:40 am

Bondo seems to work well. Fill the cracks, sand them down, and paint.
I believe that your lunar green wheel would have simply been a painted item from the factory. They did not make the actual wheel out of that color material.
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Re: 1967 F100 Steering Wheel (Lunar Green)and horn Ring

Postby Ohiotinkerer » Mon Oct 16, 2017 8:29 pm

hdman90 wrote:Bondo seems to work well. Fill the cracks, sand them down, and paint.



It helps if you chamfer the cracks a little then fill them - I use a Dremel with a small pointed deburr bit to widen them out a little on top - dad did this on his '59 Impala wheel 20 years ago and its still holding up..... :thup:
"Life is a garden - dig it"........... :thup:

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