Scott Drake 6-Bolt 14" Black Leather and Aluminum Corso Feroce Shelby Style Steering Wheel Kit with a Telescoping Adapter, Horn Button and Horn Button Emblem for 1967, 1968, 1969, 1970, 1971, 1972 and 1973 Mustangs.The steering wheel is one of the most visible parts of the interior in any car and also one of the most used parts. There's no doubt that the steering wheel takes abuse and tends to wear out from being held in the same spots. Scott Drake has the perfect remedy with their 14" Leather and Aluminum Corso Feroce Shelby Style Steering Wheel! The Scott Drake Corso Feroce Shelby Style Steering wheel is the perfect choice for a Shelby or Shelby clone.
This kit includes everything you need to install a new Scott Drake 14" Corso Feroce Shelby Style Steering Wheel into your 1967-1973 Mustang.
- Scott Drake 14" Leather and Aluminum Corso Feroce Shelby Style Steering Wheel
- Scott Drake 6-Bolt Billet Adjustable Steering Wheel Adapter
- Scott Drake Corso Feroce Horn Button
- Scott Drake Pony or Cobra Horn Button Emblem
Scott Drake's beautiful Corso Feroce Shelby Style Steering Wheels are a great choice for that classic Cobra, Mustang and Shelby look. The 14" diameter, handcrafted Corso Feroce steering wheel is designed with polished aluminum spokes and black leather hand stitched onto a fully padded rim for a truly luxurious feeling. High quality materials are used to ensure performance, proper fit and a long lasting life. Made in the USA!
Scott Drake's exclusive Corso Feroce 1967-1973 Mustang 6-Bolt Adjustable Steering Wheel Adapter Adapter is carved from solid billet T6061-T6 aircraft aluminum and given a beautiful, highly polished finish. Features telescoping adjustment up to 1-1/4". It includes double connector horn button wiring.
The Scott Drake Corso Feroce Horn Button features a black plastic injected center cap with a simple two wire horn connection.
Available with your choice of a Pony or Cobra horn button emblem.
*This steering wheel kit is for use on stock steering columns only.
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