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    I removed my horn emblem and horn ring. I noticed that on my other 1961 hawk the plastic emblem has a hawk under the plastic , then on the other 61 I have there is a big S under the plastic. Does this have anything to do with interior or model identification?[8D]

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    I'm pretty sure that the button with the Hawk emblem is correct for the car. The "S" horn button was either transplanted from a Champ or a '65-'66 Lark-type, most likely.


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    • #3
      OK I see, the hawk button has a great emblem inside I took the plastic off and cleaned the gold inlay and the plastic and the horn ring. I see that the horn ring is great looking cleaned up and dosen't need to be rechromed. I have it cleaned up and sitting on my dresser as motivation. The other horn button is missing the hawk thats why it looks like a S could go there, thanks

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