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VW Bug Bus 1968-1979 Ghia 68-74 Gearshift knob w/ shift pattern 12mm thread ivor

VINTAGEVW VOLKSWAGEN GEAR SHIFT KNOB VW BUG THING KARMA GHIA OR BUS

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VINTAGE VW BUS BUG PORSCHE SHIFT KNOB THE REAL DEAL, MARKED 12MM DUNE BUGGY MINT

VW Bug Bus 1968-1979 Ghia 68-74 Gearshift knob w/ shift pattern 12mm thread blac

Stock Style VW Shift Knob, Black, Bug 68-79, Ghia 68-74, Bus




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At Andy's Auto Sport, we have a huge variety of Volkswagen Beetle shift knobs to ensure that you have every shift knob option available to you. We go out of our way to carry every major line of Volkswagen Beetle shift knobs, so that whether you are looking for a manual Volkswagen Beetle gear shift knob or an automoatic shift knob, a leather Volkswagen Beetle shift knob or a wood grain shift knob, we've got it for you. Andy's Auto Sport is the ultimate shopping destination for your Volkswagen Beetle shift knob needs!


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Q: Do shift knobs fit every vehicle?
A: Shift knobs are universal, which means they fit most cars and trucks. Universal shift knobs use a universal set-screw attachment and include a finishing ring. The key thing to look out for is that there is a difference between automatic and manual shift knobs. Some shift knobs are car specific and will thread onto your factory shift lever. One caveat is for cars that are an automatic and have a button on the shift knob - for those, you have to buy a replacement shift knob that also has a button in order to maintain the functionality of the knob.

Q: I have an automatic. How do I know which of these shift knobs will work?
A: Whether or not a shift knob will work on your automatic vehicle will depend on how your stock shift knob operates. If your existing shift knob uses a button to shift gears, your best bet is to use an aftermarket shift knob that also has a button. The location of the button does not matter, as top or side-mounted buttons will work with almost any automatic transmission that requires a button. If your automatic shifter does not use a button, you may use any universal shift knob.

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