1968 Woodgrain rallye steering wheel questions

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  1. ESP47

    ESP47 Well-Known Member

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    Hey guys I just bought a woodgrain steering wheel with the horn cap and horn cap retainer.

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    Is there a horn switch or something I need to purchase as well? The car I have has an old crappy aftermarket wheel so I don't have an original horn switch. Is there anything else I need to be able to install the wheel?

    Also do you guys know if this is the correct emblem for the horn pad? Thanks!

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    ESP47 Well-Known Member

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    Is this it right here? I kept searching for horn ring unintentionally instead of horn switch but now I'm thinking this is what I'm missing.

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    • Murray

      Murray FABO Gold Member FABO Gold Member

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      Yes, all four pieces is what you need.
       
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      Dartnut Don't hate me because i'm beautiful

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      That is the correct emblem for the horn pad if your car is a Plymouth.
      Dodge and Barracuda are different.
       
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        4spdragtop CONGRATS NORTH AMERICA! FABO Gold Member

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        Not sure if 68 horn button had a center cap or was just material with no cap.
         
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        I believe 68 Barracuda had the Plymouth emblem not the Barracuda emblem in the cap, I believe 69 had the fish
         
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        • ESP47

          ESP47 Well-Known Member

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          Thanks guys that clears everything up. I like the plymouth emblem more than the barracuda emblem so I'm glad it's supposed to be that way for 68.

          Just annoyed with myself that I was thinking horn switch but typing horn ring the whole time and couldn't find it. Wound up finding the switch and retainer on ebay as a package. Would have saved me $70 if I found it first. Oh well.

          Also in case anyone ever wants to buy the horn button and emblem at the same time, Vans Auto has them as a package for much cheaper than you can get at the rest of the sites separately.
           
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            Hey Steve
            My 68 wheel

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