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Old 06-29-2019, 04:34 PM
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Default 1969-72 GM A-body Floor Shift Steering Column

This is an original GM non-tilt steering column that came out of a 1970 Chevelle with floor shift automatic. It will fit any 1969-72 GM A-body. Keep in mind that this is a 50 year old part in original condition and needs to be gone through. (SOLD)
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If a hammer and duct tape wont fix it u have electrical problems!
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What differentiates a manual trans steering column from an automatic?
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1969 ss 396 300 deluxe hardtop
1969 ss 396 chevelle
1978 camaro 540 ci. beater
1978 chevy shortbed stepside
1983 chevy shortbed
1985 chevy shortbed
If a hammer and duct tape wont fix it u have electrical problems!
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What differentiates a manual trans steering column from an automatic?
The arm at the bottom where the backdrive linkage attaches to. A manual transmission column has a shorter arm with no bend in it.
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