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Hello everyone, Have you heard of the problem with vintage Barbie dolls that get sticky

I have the same problem with the steering wheel of my 170 Grand Prix I have casually tried some fairly

benign  products with no real cure. My car has been in the garage  for about fifteen and I think that is time

to bring it back out into the sunshine. I really enjoy talking to all of you and sharing our cars

Thanks All     Mark

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The same thing has happened to the steering wheel on the 70 Catalina I've bought.  I will do what Last Indian suggests above but ultimately, I will likely add a leather "Wheelskin" stitched steering wheel cover to mine.   I want a fatter, grippier wheel anyway and Wheelskin makes a good cover . . . good upgrade.




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