Hands On The Wheel....

In order to preserve leg space under the dash, it was decided to install a short, polished aluminum, ididit tilt-column directly through the dash.

To mount the column we fabricated a clamp which was then welded to the backside of the dash. The shaft then extends down to a Borgeson "Sidewinder" off-set with the help of a couple Flaming River Double-D U-joints.

The off-set is now hidden between the firewall panels.

From the engine-side firewall, a double-d shaft extends to the steering box with a u-joint at each end.

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