1970 Black Bowtie Steering Wheel vs Burlwood Wheel

l16pilot

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That link I posted doesn't work?

Thanks...did not realize you posted it as a hyperlink. Gotta read the fine print....this is not a correct repop of the 70 Camaro SS horn pad emblem.
"This version is technically correct for 70 Nova and Chevelle models but can be modified to work Camaros. "
 

Indetrucks

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Aug 25, 2021
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Thanks...did not realize you posted it as a hyperlink. Gotta read the fine print....this is not a correct repop of the 70 Camaro SS horn pad emblem.
"This version is technically correct for 70 Nova and Chevelle models but can be modified to work Camaros. "
Yeah, I read it. I aint scurrred to modify ;)
 

RS70Z28

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Feb 2, 2002
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Brownsville, Pa
The 70 only steering wheel was used on all Camaros. The shrouds were different. As you can see in the posted pictured, the standard shroud has an outer silver raised edge whereas the burled has two silver raised pieces. The emblems, standard bow tie and SS, are mounted with a round stud and a slotted stud. I don’t know if the companies that produce the 70 SS emblems are actually using the 70 style because in the past they were using the 69 SS style and saying that they fit. They are different.
 

Tony P

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The 70 only steering wheel was used on all Camaros. The shrouds were different. As you can see in the posted pictured, the standard shroud has an outer silver raised edge whereas the burled has two silver raised pieces. The emblems, standard bow tie and SS, are mounted with a round stud and a slotted stud. I don’t know if the companies that produce the 70 SS emblems are actually using the 70 style because in the past they were using the 69 SS style and saying that they fit. They are different.
Here’s what a 1970 Camaro black horn shroud looks like with the REM burl wood overlay looks like!
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