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Need a replacement steering wheel for a car that we bought from some neighbors in one of their sales. The car is in excellent shape but the steering wheel is missing. I am hoping that someone may have a car that is no longer in service and would be willing to sell me the steering wheel.

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You can purchase a replacement steering wheel directly from Little Tikes.

http://www.littletikes.com/consumerservice/ReplacementParts-detail.aspx?Product_ID=2823&


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