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Thread: FS: Nardi 15.5" 1966 Porsche 911 / 356 wood steering wheel

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    FS: Nardi 15.5" 1966 Porsche 911 / 356 wood steering wheel

    For sale is a vintage Nardi 15.5 inch diameter wood steering wheel. Wheel is dated 1966. Wood is in original condition. Please note there are 3 areas where wood is cracking. I (personally) do not feel that this wheel would require a restoration due to the cracks. The wheel is still solid and can be used as-is. I have had one of these wheels restored by Bruce Crawford --- while his services are exceptional in every way -- I feel that the finished product may be a bit over-restored to my liking. Wheel is pictured with Porsche MOMO horn button -- but this button is not included in purchase. The wheel will come with a blank horn button. Price lowered to $500 + shipping from WA.
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    Bump for a very nice vintage Nardi. Still available.

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    Lowered price

    Price lowered on Nardi

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    What is the diameter of the horn bottom opening? What is the diameter of the base, where it meets the 911/912 steering column? thanks, .....cliff
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    Cliff -- Measurement of horn opening is 2 inches.
    Measurement of base is 1.75 inches.

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    Which car was this wheel originally intended. I don’t see 911/912 or 356 B/C’
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    Nardi

    Cliff ---

    Here is a photo showing an aftermarket 911/912 hub matched up to the wheel ---- if you were to cut off the cone. I hope this helps.
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    A stock 911/912 hub can also be modified to work on this Nardi.
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    Final price drop to $500 + shipping from WA.

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    This rare wheel is still available.

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