The ORG - No back-slapping boys club!
Started by Casey, 14 July 2012, 02:26 AM
Quote from: Beastie on 13 August 2012, 12:14 AMYou are mistaken, it is very nice. It's one of the last wheels they made that had real style and wasn't just a soft rubber ring for clumsy people to safely bang their heads into.
QuoteYes, the ring operates the horn but it does not operate the indicators. It's not purely a decoration.
QuoteThis is true, but if it were round it would obscure the view of the instruments through the wheel.
QuoteThe horn ring is some sort of chromed metal, probably steel.
Quote from: Raptelan on 13 August 2012, 12:41 AMOut of a half dozen or so I've come across at junkyards, it's always a dull grey color.
Quote from: Beastie on 13 August 2012, 01:31 AMAlmost as though the chrome has all flaked off.
Quote from: CaseyI'd liked how the Adenaur is laid out with power windows - it still has the same style of switches, but they're mounted on the transmission tunnel farther towards the front up underneath the dash, up behind where the ashtray is on a W116.This one doesn't have power windows, but you can get an idea from the picture what I mean:
Quote from: gavin116 on 14 July 2012, 02:44 AMI only have two square keys with my car, and I have an unused metal tang only part of a key, but I think it is a 'driver's' key and not a 'service key'. I presume the round key is a service key, and lacks a few of the details of the driver's key, thus locking you out of the boot/trunk and the glovebox. What is the wavy pice of aluminium?
Quote from: Casey on 13 August 2012, 12:41 AMI've had dreams about this wheel for over a year now
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