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    Gear lever colour 737

    I have just received a new gear lever knob, its a brilliant replica of the real thing but i dont know wether to paint it or not. Its clear plastic in its present form so it can be backlit, but im not going that route. I have checked a few pictures on the web but i cant make my mind up if the real thing is clear or painted??

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    Re: Gear lever colour 737

    The 'wheel' knob is supposed to be clear Steve...

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