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I am in need of a new Steering Wheel Restorer, can anyone recommend a good one?

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It`s a Black Standard 1970 Chevelle Steering Wheel.... cracked in the usual spots

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Dan,

Very nice, is this your work? Who did the resto?

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Very nice, Dan!

How bad is "too bad" when considering resto? I assume the cost will depend on the degree of difficulty. What would a basic resto cost on a wheel with the common cracks?
 

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The 69/70 wheels are normally cracked severly and require lots of attention. Sometimes the plastic has shrunk and shifted to the point a proper repair is very intensive. Your's may or may not be worthy of restoration maybe post some pics. Good cores are becoming very scarce.

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Seems to me that there used to be a guy that advertised in Hemmings all the time for doing steering wheel restorations. I am thinking he was somewhere in Indiana.
 

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Doesnt James Hinshaw restore steering wheels?
 

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James Hinshaw does restore wheels. He restored the wood wheel for my '66...Bob
 

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James Hinshaw also did my Rose wood steering wheel for me on my 69.:thumbsup:
 
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