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Old 1st March 2005, 19:15   #1
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FS: M steering wheel / M Shift knob

SOLD!I'm putting in a new steering wheel and shift knob next week. My stock ones are for sale...though will not be available until late next week.
I have an M steering wheel from my '02 M5. This would be a great upgrade for the '00/'01 cars. Does not include airbag. Black leather with tri-color stitching. I'm thinking in the neighborhood of $300?
I also have the stock 6-speed leather steering wheel with boot (all one piece). As long as it comes off in one piece it's for sale. How about $90?
These are both in great condition, free of tears or major wear. I'll post close up pics later tonight.
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Old 2nd March 2005, 01:28   #2
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Re: FS: M steering wheel / M Shift knob

Does the steering wheel include airbag? (nevermind just reread post sorry)



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Re: FS: M steering wheel / M Shift knob

anymore pics of the shiftknob?? is it light up or nah.. ill give 50 =]
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Re: FS: M steering wheel / M Shift knob

are you putting the alcantara wheel in? Post some pics when you do!
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Both items are sold
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Re: FS: M steering wheel / M Shift knob

Deal fell through.
These items are back for sale...more pics can be sent if you'd like as the items are off the car now.
$300 for the steering wheel plus $15 shipping US only
$90 for the shifter plus $5 shipping US only
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Steering wheel is sold
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Re: FS: M steering wheel / M Shift knob

Bump
Shifter knob is still for sale

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Re: FS: M steering wheel / M Shift knob

so is it the light up shiftknob or not?? do you have any othe pictures..?

i cant really see what color it is...!
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