FS. E3 Tool Bin and Panel. Bus Steering Wheel

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  1. Koopman

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    Hi; I have a very rare trunk TOOL BIN (Caddy) for sale. It is attached the the passenger side interior trunk panel. PM if interested. Bus steering wheel for E3.
    Koopman
     
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    That's a very early 2500/2800 trunk caddy, our 1970 has one of those. Don't know when they deleted the two snaps on the side panel. Wouldn't work on an e9.
     
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    PM sent regarding bus wheel.

    thank you, Matt
     
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    Hi Chris;
    The E9 is completely different. This is rivetted onto the side panel.
    Thanks
    Koopman
     
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    Harry, Like I said, it is early e3 and not e9.

    Chris
     
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    Hi Chris;
    I titled it as an E3. Came off a 1970 2500.
    Thanks
     
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    Koopman, did you post pictures that I cannot view or????? LOL I don't see what you guys are talking about. Can you post some pics?
     
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    I don't see the bus steering wheel either...but it sounds kind of interesting.
     
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    Just another way to describe the stock steering wheel.
     
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    Send me your email and what part you are interested in and you will get photos.
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