I've scoured the Morganpark website but drew a blank, do you have a direct link?
I hope this helps:Morganpark stalks
Thanks, at first they looked the same as stalks offered by MK Holztechnik but on closer inspection they are different.
MK Holztechnik stalk
The slightly nicer Morganpark stalk
Translated I'm getting this from the Morganpark website....The focus during development was to achieve a really elegant and filigree solution. As a result, the wiper interval switch function had to be omitted. However, this can be installed separately as a retrofit part. We think you can safely do without that in a Morgan. The detents ("click-click") of the rotary switch between light: off/parking light/low beam and wiper: off/1/2/3 are not as pronounced as with the plastic switch, you just need a little more feeling here. However, practice has shown that you get used to it very quickly.
The knobs for the light and wiper are also made of stainless steel with central knurling for better grip and the ends are polished. We are preparing a version with wooden knobs.
Price per unit: € 395 incl. 19% VAT plus deposit/old part
We provide detailed instructions for installing the complete unit. With a little skill, the steering column switch unit can be fitted in around 20-30 minutes. We need about 3 days to convert the unit sent to us. In individual cases we can deliver a finished part in exchange. There are no separate costs if it works perfectly, but we charge a deposit of €100.00. If you register in advance, we will change the unit in about 15 minutes.
Which is even more expensive than the € 340 MK Holztechnik option, and in both cases there's going to be an additional cost to get the intermittent wipe function back, probably involving an additional switch by the sound of it. I'd love to replace my plastic stalks with something nicer, but the cost does seem rather prohibitive.
Pehaps an alternative could be to vacuum metallise the existing plastic stalks....https://dual-metallising.co.uk/chrome-effect-on-plastic/https://www.vmclimited.co.uk/
Or chrome spraying them http://www.chromespray.co.uk/
They would probably end up being a bit too shiny though, a brushed chrome or aluminium vacuum metallised finish would work better
There are many options.....