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Model 1800 Steering Wheel for Sale


bavariaboy

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Price: $400
Location: Bucks County PA


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Selling a steering wheel for an 1800 in very good condition. All the parts needed to bolt on to your car. Chrome ring in excellent condition. No visible cracks in the plastic wheel when mounted(see photos). Two small cracks on the underside. See photos.  Please contact me if you want more photos or have questions.

 

Price:  $400. + shipping

 

Steve ONeill

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So I am on the East Coast you are on the West. That significantly impcts shipping.

Went to a local Fedex shipper. Sticker shock.  Their box, packing materials and packing via Fedex: $188.

If I got a carton and packed for them it would be $155.

 

So I Picked up a roll of bubble wrap, $11. but it won't begin to fill the space. I will "wrap" the wheel in an inner protective cardboard box  and pack it with bubble wrap and crumpled newspaper. Or, I can buy "popcorn" to fill the box.

 

I found a large carton the 18" diameter wheel will would fit in and be fully protected, in back of a local shopping center. Took the wheel only to my local PO. I gave them some approx measurements but none quite as large as the carton I found. I thought about cutting it down but don't want to risk damage to the wheel in a slightly smaller pkg. 

 

I won't know until tomorrow when I have wheel boxed what the PO price with $400. insurance will be.

 

I have not shipped anything this large in quite a while. Perhaps you have and are not surprised.

 

Talk to you tomorrow.

 

Steve

 

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54 minutes ago, bavariaboy said:

Went to a local Fedex shipper. Sticker shock.

 

The Cadillac of shipping.  Box it up, go to https://www.pirateship.com/, create a free account, put the address, box dimensions, weight and any additional insurance in the shipping form.  The application will give you rates for UPS or USPS.  Print the label, put it it on the box, drop it off at the PO or the nearest UPS store.  Save 50% off the retail rates for shipping.

 

Mark92131

 

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you are being screw on shipping charges...i shipped one of those wheel via UPS for about $30...you may be overkill with your packing

52 minutes ago, Mark92131 said:

 

Box it up, go to https://www.pirateship.com/, create a free account, put the address, box dimensions, weight and any additional insurance in the shipping form. 

 

 

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On 5/8/2023 at 11:47 AM, gfabbott said:

Just a heads up to anyone on this chain, I received a DM from daveeast to contact *****@*****.tld. *****@*****.tld pops up as a scam on a lot of auto threads. 

That is not the seller on this post. What user contacted you? 

 

Steve 

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