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post #1 of 15 (permalink) Old 02-06-2010, 08:54 PM Thread Starter
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black leather shift knob w/ OD button

Shiny black leather, no scuffs. A used part but in good condition. Stitching looks good. OD wires are intact with connector, not shown in picture. $20 shipped, obo.

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price drop $15 shipped

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does it have the leaking goop comming out of it like most do? does the button stay in place?

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does it have the leaking goop comming out of it like most do? does the button stay in place?
Have not seen leaking goop on this, or any shift knob. Got a picture? The button clicks. It doesn't come out of the knob.

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goop

i have had that too on all of my birds when it gets hot in the summer. it sucks its like black tar and it gets everywhere especially if you dont know you have it on your hand...
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Do you still have this for sale?
I have 2 left. both have 96/97 wire harness.

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I'll take one of these. Please contact me.
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Could this be modified to work with a 1989 car?

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I know we had talked about this before with my 95 but are you sure that adapting a 96/97 connector will make it work it for the 95?

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I know we had talked about this before with my 95 but are you sure that adapting a 96/97 connector will make it work it for the 95?
The only difference is the connector on the wires.

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Could this be modified to work with a 1989 car?
I don't know but I have a couple of shift knobs in great shape with no wires. I'll let you have one to experiment with for $10

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