If you've spent time reading this site you already must have seen how many posts there are from guys who can't find anyone so in that regard you've got a LOT of company. But you bring another dimension to it all which may make alot of people uncomfortable and maybe hesitant to answer so they may either say yes or ignore this post altogether. .
Myself, if I was back in my 20's again I don't know if I would or wouldn't. I think though that if that was the case and we had met somewhere like at a house party or introduced at a club thru friends or something and we hit it off yeah I probably would go out with you. Not if you were a jerk or anything LOL but yeah. Now whether anything came of it who the hell knows not having a crystal ball. We had friends way back then (in my 20's), a couple, and one of them had no legs and seriously, nobody in the crowd thought twice about it back then so I can't see as how it would be any different now. It sort of proved a point that there is always someone for someone. I just wished now I could remember how those 2 guys met but I can't. It was that experience from knowing them and being part of that group back then that got me over the being uncomfortable around people with disabilities because I was at one time. Not shocking news
As well I remember knowing a couple of couples where one of the partners were deaf and while that's not quite the same thing as being in a chair it has its challenges as well. Like when they're intro'd to someone new etc or people go to dance and the guy can't hear the music, his difficulty being understood when he talked etc. .. but again all that "stuff" never amounted to any big deal amongst people.
I think I answered your question in there somewhere from my point of view but it's late and I'm tired and my sentences are starting to run on