Location:Langdon, North Dakota, US,
Ships to: US & many other countries,
Item:165903150748Steering Wheel Rim Ring Blow NICE Chevy Chevrolet 49 50 52 1949 1950 1951 1952. Internals in tact. Weird Al Yankovic singing Superhero. If you are offended and dissuaded from purchasing from us, mission accomplished! We proudly affront the 1%ers with the spirit of a puffed chested. NO RETURNS & CALLING US LIARS BY CLAIMING "item not as described"! Or you will star in one of our YouTube video's and be permanently blocked! See Our 1%ers section below. Parting 49-52 Chevys This Listing is for ... Steering Wheel. This is pretty nice No Cracks, Pretty Nice Paint still just a few scratches/nicks and a couple fine line cracks, Chrome/Stainless shines nice and has very little pitting, nice cap with clear bright color and no cracks and very little crazing. Internals in tact. Just a very Nice Steering Wheel for a 75 years old, Perfect as is for a nice Original Driver or easy restore for all out show. No emblems, trim, or other parts included. Parts may not be perfect but might be nicer than yours. Hard to find! Other parts pictured may be available in other listings. No other trim or parts included. Parts look good to us to restore, but look at pictures, be your own judge, and do your own fitment research before purchase...no refunds, returns, guarantees, or warrantees expressed or implied. Shipping Shipping listed on oversize items is just an estimate, good for about half the country, and varies by location. We can get pallets to most places for under 200. If its big, no, shipping isn't a buck...you can guess in the 1000 range for complete cars. We do ship some things we sell if we have more than one reason to head that direction. 1%ers Disclaimer By purchasing you are agreeing to these terms! NO RETURNS & CALLING US LIARS BY CLAIMING "item not as described"! This means no one percenters. No, we don't mean the rich 1% you hear about on the news, the other end of the spectrum 1%... What we mean is 99% of eBayers are intelligent, reasonable, level headed, swap meet, flea market, estate sale, thrift shop, 2nd hand, trade show, restoration, bargain hunting loving shoppers who appreciate the value as much as the hunt and the experience; while at the same time being able to artfully balance that with the appreciation that what they are paying for is not just some drop shipped new item, but compensation for us in all we go through in risking our well being in finding, dragging home, and pulling these parts in minus 30 degree temperatures with 30MPH wind, from dreadfully filthy old vehicles buried in snow. As such, the 99% have the realization that the item they are buying is dirty, used, old and may have idiosyncrasies to match, and they not only appreciate that, but enjoy the thrill of the risk and embrace it all as part of the items individual story, character, and charm! The one percent, on the other hand, usually have NO listings for sale, and therefore, like eBay itself, do not appreciate what we do any differently than they do a drop ship seller that rarely leaves their moms couch, and therefore do not care that a 100lb female may have just spent her entire day doing the all afore mentioned work in getting their part ready and shipped to them, and now are not only asking her to work for nothing, but ALSO to LOSE MONEY by paying to ship that item BOTH WAYS. Disgusting! To that point, Amazon and now eBay, are fooling people into accepting the "free shipping" lie. S hipping is not "free", its never been "free", even Amazon Prime's "free shipping" costs 120 a year in Prime membership, and eBay is now pushing its sellers toward this lie with NO COMPENSATION, brilliant! So guess what? All that leads to is a item cost mark up and a lack of transparency in a break down of what you are actually paying for, all because of being duped by the propaganda sound of "free shipping". So don't even attempt in the notes of an offer to say "including shipping" or "combine shipping". It's AGAINST EBAY POLICY for a number of reasons. We can't revise a listing with an active offer, and we pay 10% to eBay on shipping costs, and we are taxed on shipping as income, etc...basically you are asking us to take a loss on both ends. So if you want "free shipping" or "combined shipping" do the 3rd grade math...subtract the shipping from the items asking price and offer that instead, then you can see what you are actually asking us to accept in real numbers, because shipping is NEVER FREE. Moreover, s hipping is not just shipping, its also a couple bucks handling. We are not shipping factory packaged blenders here. We have to source boxes and packaging material from several locations, store the boxes, then many times cut boxes to fit in effort artfully balance protecting your item while keeping the package dimensions inside specified shipping girth, and in cases where it still must go freight we have to customize/build pallets for your order to meet the various shippers ever changing specifications. The 1%ers not realizing all this are the biggest cheapskates that can be, and yet they somehow think eBay is Macie's (or in the case of most the items we sell, the factory dealership), and after low balling you, will moan and cry about any and every real or perceived thing they can find because they do not have the discerning wisdom to read between the lines of the obvious reality in the listing, because every little thing has to be spelled out for them, and if its not they will gas light you, by accusing you as a seller of lying by dishonestly stating, “item not as described” in their return, because they either don't have the intelligence to understand the unstated obvious, or like a self serving rat in an eBay policy maze, know that the "item not as described" button is what they need to push to get their return treat, no matter how disingenuous. So...if you are a one percenter, this is for you! The described item is as pictured, if a picture is worth a thousand words, do not ask us to describe details or what condition the item is in beyond our purposefully short description of what the listing is for. O pinions vary wildly, and we certainly do not have the time to get to know all the idiosyncrasies of your project tastes and goals, in order to explain what is relevant to only you, that is obvious in pictures. You could be a Rat Rodder searching for a rusted out part that is missing on your Shock Rod, or a concourse restorer, or anything in between, we have no way of knowing. Also items are many times pictured on the car, so READ THE SHORT DESCRIPTION of what the listing is for, do not assume because you think its related its included. "But it was in the picture." Yea, we picture other parts of the car so you can see the general condition, so the whole car was in the picture...did ya think the whole vehicle was included? READ THE SHORT DESCRIPTION. Also, pictures of other items does not mean they are included, they are cross advertising of our other items because eBay would rather clutter our page by selling advertising to insurance companies, and whoever else, instead of promoting OUR other items ON THE PAGE WE PAY FOR! Furthermore, titles are just key words for ever changing search algorithms, if you don't understand that, go research it on Google. Many times we add words to titles because we see our customers using parts in an other than factory application, this does not mean we are parts interchange manuals, know you're own vehicle! So to be clear, the parts you are looking at may be between 30 and 80+ years old and may look like the came out of Oscars the Grouches residence, being dusty/dirty, perhaps even having Charlotte's web inside, feasting on dead flies. They probably came from abandoned vehicles in ungodly locations, which means, they were left to the elements and rarely moved, so sun fading, wind chapping and who knows what else may have occurred. When they were moved, they were drug by chains and tow straps, or pushed by tractors(with a tire between them if they were careful) by tired dirty farmers who just wanted to get the vehicle out of their way. So by purchasing, the buyer acknowledges they have received pictures of all items to their satisfaction, have seen they are rusty, dented, dinged, pitted, peeling, fading, cracking, torn, deteriorated, broken, smelly, dirty, bug and web infested used parts off of old vehicles that were abandoned to the elements and may even have the afore mentioned damage/rust/etc. that may not have been visible as with personal inspection, however, despite all this, the buyer has inspected pictures to their satisfaction, calculated their fitment and application, and has negotiated prices on these parts, realizing they are taking a calculated risk. No returns, guarantees, warrantees, charge backs, or refunds have been expressed or implied. All said, the buyer realizes, that if we're selling it, its nothing short of a miracle the item being purchased made it this far! So no whiners! Furthermore, we are not Sax 5th Ave, Nordstrom, Macie's, JC Pennys, Sears, Napa, Auto Zone, the local car dealership, or even Amazon, which means your item will not come with a card, a bow, ribbon, tissue paper, pillow box, or even a new box...for your purchase, we will not be going to the UPS store to buy a new $4 box, we will be rummaging through the 20x20 room devoted to storing boxes upstairs in our metal grinding dirty, weld smoky, primer sanding dusty, paint overspray shop where we restore cars(and anything else we can find that is old and cool), the boxes will have been used to ship items at the very least once, but more than likely they will have been used so many times to ship that if they had frequent flier miles they would have earned a free trip around the world. Also, if its a corrugated box its fair game, which means the boxes may be old beer/wine/liquor boxes(from coping with the 1%ers), oil boxes, or from misc small appliances/tools; and may have been previously used to store parts, pack tools, or even as a temporary table to hold items during the primer/paint process of automotive restoration. Which means, if the boxes still somewhat resemble a rectangle, no matter their painted color, or previous use, they are fair game to ship your item. The same goes for packaging material, we will not be going to Upscale Mail to purchase new packing peanuts for $3, which means for packaging material you can expect, depending on the item shipped and our current packaging supply; old crumpled Harbor Freight tools ads, news paper, construction materials packaging, including but not limited to, cardboard, paper, plastic, plastic bags, old broken styrofoam from tool packaging, empty water bottles, old sweaty T shirts, old insulation, straw bales, tumbleweeds, dandelion fluff, or anything else we deem acceptable by our discernment to reasonably get the item to you in one piece, through the shippers "drop ship" attitude. Now, if you are rolling out of your chair laughing in complete understanding of where we are coming from, welcome! If you are offended and dissuaded from purchasing from us, mission accomplished! We proudly affront the 1%ers with the spirit of a puffed chested Weird Al Yankovic singing Superhero eBay Pooowwwweeerrrr Seelllleeerrrr! Fighting for reasonableness & discernment in purchasing old junque' for all! ' (* *)' ~~< (P )> / \
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Popularity - 1 watcher, 0.0 new watchers per day, 312 days for sale on eBay. Normal amount watching. 0 sold, 1 available.
Popularity - Steering Wheel Rim Ring Blow NICE Chevy Chevrolet 49 50 52 1949 1950 1951 1952
1 watcher, 0.0 new watchers per day, 312 days for sale on eBay. Normal amount watching. 0 sold, 1 available.
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3,450+ items sold. 0.5% negative feedback. Great seller with very good positive feedback and over 50 ratings.