Nostalgia Roadster Steering Columns
Flaming River Roadster Steering Columns are made of all-new components and include a billet aluminum dress-up kit with turn signal levers, hazard knob, and horn. These sleek and compact steering columns are available in tilt and non-tilt varieties. The tilt variety steering column features a modern 5 position tilt for driver’s comfort. The tilt bell is a compact design that fits snug against the dash, with only 5-1/2” from the bottom of the dish to the top of the column's shroud. The non-tilt variety steering column is modeled after the popular 1940 Ford Roadster steering columns. The non-tilt steering columns feature a splined shaft on the upper end for use with reproduction 1940s Ford-style steering wheels. Flaming River Roadster Steering Columns are constructed from heavy duty stainless steel and available in three finishes to best fit the chosen application.
- All new construction
- Billet aluminum dress-up kit with turn signal levers, hazard knob and horn
- Tilt and non-tilt varieties to best suit the driver
- Three finishes available: polished, black or milled
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