You should have black seatbelts, and since most of the trim in your interior is black, you should also have a black steering wheel. Generally, the steering wheel should be the same color as the column, which should be the same color as the kickpanels, carpet, dash, etc. With the white interiors, usually only the seats, doorpanels, and headliner were white, most other stuff was black.
weister1, I have a '70 with a pearl interior -- pearl seatcovers, headrests, door panels, windlace, and armbase/armrests. The dash, dashpad, carpet, kickpanels, console, seatbelts and headliner are all black. This is the way it came stock from the factory.
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I have a 69 with parchment interior (white-pearl) and have black belts. My headliner is white and so is the wind lace. Check out my web page to see the interior of my car. The pictures are of the car before I took it apart and it was totaly original and untouched.
Hey, thanks Dave. You're right, because my SS which had a Jade green interior has a black column! Never thought about that... I know that both my dad's Malibus with Sandalwood interiors have tan steering columns, so I assumed SS's would be the same. Now that I think about it, that would be incredibly ugly
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