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Thread: WTB: Amco wooden gear/shifter knob - dog leg/901

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    WTB: Amco wooden gear/shifter knob - dog leg/901

    Hey there!

    This is a long shot, but does anyone have an old wooden Amco gear knob for a 901 gear pattern?


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    Moved to Early Parts. Good luck with your search.
    Peter Kane

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    For me they are number one currently.

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    Senior Member raspritz's Avatar
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    No, but I have a NOS AMCO knob in plain walnut. Very classy.
    Rich Spritz

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    Jonny - I need your E-mail address or phone number for contacting you about the steering damper (other forum post)

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