Corvette Steering Wheel Cover

Corvette


Leather Steering Wheel Cover



Our Corvette Leather Steering Wheel Covers made by Wheelskins, and are of superlative quality, made from authentic Leather. They are hand-crafted in Ca. of Premium U.S. Cowhide, specially tanned for your steering wheel needs. The patented lacing system is reinforced to make sure of a snug and custom fit on your Corvette Steering Wheel.




One Color Wheel Cover $55.25

Two Color Wheel Cover $60.25


Shipping $6.75


Our leather Corvette  Steering Wheel covers are easy to install. Wheelskins are the best way to customize and upgrade your Corvette Steering Wheel. They are also the premier option for replacing a damaged or worn original factory leather covered wheel.


Beginning Year

Ending Year

Model


SIZE

1953

1974

Corvette

Please Measure

1975

1982

Corvette

14 1/4 X 3 5/8

1984

1985

Corvette

14 1/4 X 3 5/8

1986

1989

Corvette

14 1/2 X4 1/4

1990

2005

Corvette

C

2006

2013

Corvette

14 1/2 X 4 1/4

2011

2015

Corvette

14 1/2 X 4
2016 2016 Corvette 14 X 4 5/8



How To Tips For Installation




Sizes marked "SPECIAL" require a custom measurement.
Just 2 measurements will tell us what size you need, after measurement please put findings in the comments.


How To Measure Your Steering Wheel





We also make Special Order sizes to fit any Corvette Steering Wheel.

(Euro Tone)  Two Color Steering Wheel Cover


Add some color to your Chevy Corvette Steering Wheel with the EuroTone style cover. Choose any two of our 15 leather colors to create a special look unique to your Corvette.






This option adds $5.00 to the base price.



Optional Perforated Leather



Take your Chevrolet Wheel Cover one step further with our perforated leather. Let your imagination lead you to create the perfect look and texture for your Chevrolet interior. We can perforate the Top & Bottom, the Sides or All Around

.



This option adds $6.50 to the base price.



Wheelskins come in 15 colors

Need help deciding on the perfect color for your Corvette.

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1953 - 1962 Chevrolet Corvette

The C1 Corvette was released in 1953 to compete with British and Italian sportscars of the day. Initially sluggish, with its 6 cyl "Blue Flame" truck engine and 2 speed powerglide automatic transmission, the C1 would eventually receive a 265 ci V8 engine and 3 speed manual transmission. A GM-Rochester fuel injection was also fitted as an option to large fan fare and horse power.

1963 - 1967 Chevrolet Corvette

The C2 Corvette, released in 1963, came with a split rear window and independent rear suspension. The C2's hp numbers grew over the years until the Corvette was available with a "big block" 396 ci option in 1965, which grew to 427 ci when the last C2 rolled down the St Louis production line in 1967.

1968 - 1982 Chevrolet Corvette

The "Mako Shark II" is the third and longest-running generation of Chevrolet Corvettes. Built between 1968 and 1982, it is the first Corvette to receive the 350 ci 5.7l "small block" (1969), also available with a 427 7.0l "big block" V8 in 1968/69. The offering was enlarged to 454 ci (7.4l) in 1970 and then dropped in 1974. The C3 Corvette had the least powered V8 ever fitted to a Corvette (1980, 180hp 305ci, California only) as well as what has been speculated to be the most powerful V8 ever fitted to a Vette, the all-aluminum race engine 427 ci ZL1. The ZL1 reportedly produced up to 680hp, despite being advertised with just 430hp.

1984 - 1996 Chevrolet Corvette

The 1984-1996 C4 Corvette small blocks define upward transition out of the low performance emissions era, beginning with the L83 and ending with the Grand Sport LT4. The fourth generation Corvette debuted the reborn LT1 and teamed with Lotus to design the powerful quad overhead cam, 32 valve LT5 engine that brought the legendary ZR-1 to life. In addition to increased horsepower, the progressive Vette integrated new plastics and aluminum into its sleek T Top, coupe, and convertible chassis -- indicating the aggressive look of future models.

1997 - 2004 Chevrolet Corvette

The 1997-2004 C5 Corvette launched the birth of a new third generation of "small block" Chevy engines, designated "LS". The LS1, a 345 hp/350hp 5.7l V8, was more reliable, more efficient, and featured an aluminum block. The C5 was also available as a Z06 spec (a model name not seen since the C2) with 405hp. The C5 is the last Corvette to feature pop up headlights, and encompassed the fixed roof coupe (FRC), convertible, and coupe bodies.

2005+ Chevrolet Corvette

The 2005-present C6 Chevrolet Corvette is the fastest and most expensive Corvette to date. Available in a number of models, such as the Z06 aluminum frame with 505hp 7.0 LS7 dry sumped V8, ZR-1 with the 6.2 super charged LS9 Chevy V8 and the standard 6.0l LS2 or newer 6.2l LS3 V8. The C6 is available in various body styles, convertible/cabriolet, coupe, wide body (Z06, ZR1 and Grand Sport) and a targa top (t-top) style with removable hard roof panels.

The C7 Corvette

 is widely expected to hit the market in the second half of 2013 as a 2014 model year car. Insiders have commented that the next generation Corvette will retain its front engine/rear wheel drive configuration and will powered by a smaller but more powerful and fuel efficient V8 engine. Recently, several test mules wearing C6 Grand Sport bodies were captured by spy photographers.


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