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I've got 2 different sets.

The one I believe that was on my 67, is the one with the longer knob on the turn signal stalk.

The other one is what I've seen on several other Duettos.
Centerline sells a version that looks like these knobs, but their listing indicates that "knobs differ from original".

Unfortunately, all of the pictures in the owners manual and sales literature always have the steering wheel obscuring the view of this stalk.

Anybody have a difinitive answer as to which one is correct for a 67 (or maybe neither is correct)?
 

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The switch at the bottom of your first photo - the one pictured below - is correct for an early 105 such as your Duetto. The knobs on both stalks should be shaped like paddles.

Later switches had knobs that were square in cross-section. That upper switch in your first photo seems like an oddball: it's headlight stalk has a paddle, while its turnsignal has a square cross-section. Might it have been assembled from two switches?

 

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