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post #1 of 9 (permalink) Old 02-19-2017, 03:14 AM Thread Starter
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67 Horn ring original/NOS?

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Can anyone let me know if this 67 horn ring is a original/NOS part?
How to identify?
And what is the price of such a part? $100, or even more?
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It's not a 67 part for the standard wheel. '65?

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What does the numbers on the base of the horn ring read? If there's a FORD logo, most likely FORD. The one in your picture is for a "Deluxe woodgrain" wheel. 1965-1967 listed as same part for deluxe steering wheel.
See NPD web site:
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What does the numbers on the base of the horn ring read? If there's a FORD logo, most likely FORD. The one in your picture is for a "Deluxe woodgrain" wheel. 1965-1967 listed as same part for deluxe steering wheel.
See NPD web site:
https://www.npdlink.com/store/catalo...in-2815-2.html
Yes, its a deluxe wheel horn ring.
Numbers shown up:
C7OA 13800 C
11911
B289? (hard to read)

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Part is big enough to have a FORD logo, either side. Look for that. If so it's original

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Part is big enough to have a FORD logo, either side. Look for that. If so it's original
Have spoken to some guys asking for the logo. No one of them has a horn ring with such a Ford logo. All stated to have a Ford horn ring, no repros.
What is curious to me, even the after market repros have all casting numbers C5....C7.... on the front side of the ring, but seems not officially licensed than by FORD.
Do you have a picture showing up this Ford logo?

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I have the deluxe steering wheel setup on my 67 but it's in my trailer for the winter. If I can get to it, (lots of snow around it) I'll try to look at my horn ring for a logo.

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It is probably NOS for but for a 67 Fairlane. The 65-7 Mustangs deluxe wheels used a C5Z part. The C7OA part is similair to the c5Z part and can be made to work in a Mustang wheel.
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