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Old 04-06-2013, 03:34 PM   #22373
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Originally Posted by Stitchawl View Post
That's where it was in the '56 Chevy that I learned to drive in, and where it stayed for years. In fact, I really can't remember when it was moved to the steering column. I'm too used to the dimmer switch being on the handlebar... but I remember when there was an 'on-off' switch for bike headlights...


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My first "new" car, an '81 Ford EXP, had the dimmer on the steering column. But it was based on the Escort, so it had been up there a while. I wouldn't mind if it was still on the floor.

When I was very young I encountered an old (even then) car with the starter switch on the floor.
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