For Sale NOS 1966 1967 1968 Imperial Polara Monaco Fury Telescopic Steering Column Adjuster VERY RARE NOS

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  1. Moparply

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    NOS 1966 1967 1968 Chrysler Imperial Dodge Monaco Polara Plymouth Fury telescopic steering column adjuster, mint condition, Very Rare in NOS, $100

    Located in NJ

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    That’ll work for ‘66 & ‘67 as well and not just Imperials.
     
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    The same adjustment knob seems to have been used on all cars with tele-scopic wheel (a REALLY cool option, IMHO) with different "caps" according to model. At any rate, you don't see NOS knobs very often...……..
     
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    I’ve got an NOS brushed collar, you never know what’s out there until you see it!
     
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    What exactly is this meant to adjust?
     
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    Haven't paid a lot of attention to those in the past, the one on my '67 is chrome...….
     
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    THe "collar" locks/unlocks the steering column, and allows you to bring the wheel closer to/farther from the driver, that is the "telescopic" part. While this is a cool feature, it requires a different turn signal switch, which for some reason are MUCH harder to find than the standard ones.
     
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    No I’m talking about the brushed tube at the top of the column, sorry.
     
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    Thanks for the information on the other applications, years, models. I will update the ad.

    I’ve never seen another one of these in NOS. It would cost more to have a used one rechromed and it still wouldn’t come out the same as factory NOS. There are so many small details, you wouldn’t be able to fix those areas if your original had pitting.