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    Aluminum wood raised hub steering wheel

    Anyone know if raised hub wheels were available for 901's? Nothing on my Kardex but not sure that means a hill-o-beans.

    Thanks.
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    I once owned a wheel like that... but not sure what serial number it came from.

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    Eric,
    I did due diligence online (or maybe not?) but nothing came up. It would be nice to know if someone shows a raised hub wheel on their '64 Kardex and what the code is. Or...

    better yet, if they KNOW it came with the car but is NOT on the Kardex!

    Thx

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    Quote Originally Posted by Frank Beck View Post
    Eric,
    I did due diligence online (or maybe not?) but nothing came up. It would be nice to know if someone shows a raised hub wheel on their '64 Kardex and what the code is. Or...

    better yet, if they KNOW it came with the car but is NOT on the Kardex!

    Thx
    Post #6 is my wheel
    http://www.early911sregistry.org/for...ood#post418274

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    I've never seen one. Very cool.

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    Frank, I thought you had an early car ready for that wheel five years ago!

    Guessing they were an option up to '66, kinda surprised there's no Kardex code for them.

    Knowing how rare they are, hope you get a nice penny for it.

    EDIT: Ask Kenik, he mentions his listed on the Kardex in reply to Eric's post.
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    Yep Russ; it should look very familiar! Thanks again.

    Not selling. Hoping these wheels were used on 901’s.

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    option 9267. earliest I have on a Kardex is 1966 MY late 1965
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    Dave,
    Isn't that a steel one?

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    Looks like a later than 901 SR car

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