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Horn button on 67 with wood wheel
#1
Would the horn button be brown or colored to match the interior or steering column on a woodgrain steering wheel. We have the brown one installed that came with the used wheel but sometimes it looks strange?
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#2
Oh boy... somewhere on here there is a whole thread dedicated to this.. I "believe" it's brown, as that what I've usually seen.. I don't believe they started matching them to the interior to later years.

but then again, I just had 4 glasses ofo wine so I could be talking out my ass... lord knows something stinky coming that way in few hours
I love Mopars so much I'm date coding the skid marks in my underwear.
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#3
Where's Jeff?

Mines all black but definitely not a survivor just survived car so I restored it black again because I like it... but most all I see are brown like it was installed in the wrong car.
The Idaho Andy
Max is so fast I had to put a Quadrajet on it to slow it down so Ol Blue could keep up
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oh boy a controversial topic
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O yeah now go hide under your rock Mike.
The Idaho Andy
Max is so fast I had to put a Quadrajet on it to slow it down so Ol Blue could keep up
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Aren't you having dinner with Galen tonite Andy? Couple of glasses of exotic imported Beers, candlelight, and a nice steak? Then a walk along the river talking about your next date code?
I love Mopars so much I'm date coding the skid marks in my underwear.
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The Idaho Andy
Max is so fast I had to put a Quadrajet on it to slow it down so Ol Blue could keep up
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#8
Butt true
I love Mopars so much I'm date coding the skid marks in my underwear.
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https://www.dodgecoronet.com/coronet/sho...-60/page27
The Idaho Andy
Max is so fast I had to put a Quadrajet on it to slow it down so Ol Blue could keep up
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#10
If I remember what I found in my parts book there were many colors available to use on the horn button. I belive it was up the the person on the assembly line as to which color button was used. First choice would be a color matching the interior, second Black (neutral color) or Tan/beige/lt brown (close match to the wood rim color) I have seen many examples of Coronets (and BEL/Satelites/Chargers) with interior color matched buttons in red, navy blue, green, black. My '66 Coronet has the Navy blue interior and was assembled with the Black horn button. I have switched it to the Beige version because I think it looks better with the wheel as opposed to black. Browse this Thread below - I have posted many pictures of examples with many different color combinations.

https://www.dodgecoronet.com/coronet/sho...onvertible
If a man speaks while in his garage and his wife does not hear it, is he still wrong?
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