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    Wow, did the price just jump up on these? I've looked at them since I'll need one eventually, but I thought they were a bit lower priced than that.
     
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    mr. fix it Old Man with a Hat

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    Cdn funds so deduct approximately 30% to get Us cost
     
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    Even though they are in Ottawa they sell In us $$$ . They are nice though.
     
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    mr. fix it Old Man with a Hat

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    I was on Ebay.ca and saw the Cdn funds. perhaps they are also in the Ebay.com and the US funds are showing up?

    It shows up as $442.50 Cdn

    $339.00 in US funds.

    That's where i got confused since you wouldn't see the Cdn $$$ by default.
    I'm a Canuck eh' so that's why I saw it as Cdn.
     
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    I've been confused about this for quite a while. The 1969 parts book indicate the A and B wheels are different than the C's but some vendors indicate they're the same. Does anyone know for sure? What's the difference, I've heard the C wheels are a little larger.
     
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    mr. fix it Old Man with a Hat

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    Well the upshot is that a smaller steering wheel will give the illusion of a tighter handling car...:rolleyes:
     
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    I was in braindead mode when I replied.

    Considering I have one in my 65 Polara wagon, you would think I should know that.

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    We are so used to seeing them with so many different horn ring designs that we forget what the basic underlying wheel looks like.
     
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    You have a Sport Fury Pace Car, correct? Blue interior? It should have a translucent blue three spoke wheel.
     
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    I painted mine. Not correct but I'm happy with it.
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