Here are examples of restored woodgrain steering wheels used on 1964 to 1966
Barracuda, Valiant, Dart cars and 1966 and 1967 Charger, GTX and Belvedere cars.  
Along with the restored steering wheels are examples of the type of defects these
steering wheels usually have.
This picture shows a
complete split which often
occurs at the top, or 12:00
o'clock position, on the
plastic steering wheels.
This picture shows the
repaired steering wheel rim.  
These repairs are made using
a high strength epoxy filler
followed by a color matched
catalyzed filler.  The repair
does not show.
These pictures show
detail of the restored
wood grain finish.

As you see, the
appearance of the wood
grain is very much like
real wood.  The grain is
cut into the surface of
the steering wheel rim
before the stains and
finish coats are applied,
which gives the look of
real wood.

Restoration of these
steering wheels includes
buffing the hub trim plate
and spokes.  The edges of
the brushed chrome trim
on the spokes is
repainted with black
paint, as the original
wheel spokes were.  


If needed the emblem in
the steering wheel center
or horn button can be
restored.
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I offer an enhancement service for the Mopar 1968, 1969 and 1970 A & B Body reproduction
wood grain steering wheels and the Mopar 1970, 1971, 1972, 1973 and 1974 Rim Blow
reproduction wood grain steering wheels.
The picture above shows the bright chrome finish
that is applied to the reproduction steering wheel
spokes by the manufacturer next to an original
Mopar steering wheel.

The picture below shows the reproduction steering
wheel spokes, after I have modified the finish,
next to an original Mopar steering wheel I restored.
This picture shows
the repro horn pad
adapter, after I
modified the
finish, next to an
original Mopar
adapter.
The service for the Mopar 1968 through 1970 A and B Body reproduction wood grain steering
wheels includes applying the wood grain finish to the rim of the wheel like the award winning
finish I apply to the original Mopar steering wheels I restore.
The service also includes modifying the incorrect shiny finish on the wheel spokes to a satin
chrome finish that, as shown in the pictures closely matches the original Mopar satin chrome
finish.  I use a proprietary process to modify the spoke finish.
The service for the Mopar 1970 though 1974 Rim blow reproduction wood grain steering wheels includes
applying the wood grain finish to the rim of the wheel like the award winning finish I apply to the original
Mopar steering wheels I restore.   

The service also includes modifying the incorrect shiny finish on the wheel spokes to a satin chrome finish
that closely matches the original Mopar satin chrome finish.
For an additional charge, I can remove the non-functioning horn switch from the wheel and install a
functioning rim blow horn switch, so you can honk the horn on your car.
WARNING:  Be very careful if you plan to remove the non-functioning horn switch that was
installed in your wheel.  The wood grain side is made of wood that can be easily splintered.