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    Super Secret Steering Wheel Police?

    I need he'p from the resident Momo experts. I'd like to know more about this 13 1/2" flat Momo wheel. It's certainly from the day and it has Jackie Stewart's signature.
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    the bigger picture
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    I have a Momo wheel that I bought myself for my 21st birthday back in 1976. It has a Jackie Ickx signature

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    Quote Originally Posted by nick-moss
    I have a Momo wheel that I bought myself for my 21st birthday back in 1976. It has a Jackie Ickx signature
    Nick:
    Is that the way the wheel looked back in 1976, or is that the way it looks now!!! I think your car needs a bit of work. How do you tell how fast you're going without a tach or speed-o-meter??

    At least the wheel looks nice.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nick-moss
    I have a Momo wheel that I bought myself for my 21st birthday back in 1976. It has a Jackie Ickx signature
    Yeah Nick, I've seen that wheel before. I've had the Emerson Fitipaldi with the little badge. Each wheel had it's own serial number. Here's a friend's 934 with one without the badge, but the rivet holes are still there. (still wondering about the flying Scottsman wheel?)
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    Larry

    That's the only picture of the wheel that I had on the PC. The car looks like this now

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    Quote Originally Posted by nick-moss
    Larry

    That's the only picture of the wheel that I had on the PC. The car looks like this now
    Nick:

    Looks great!! What color is that - Baby Blue - But don't think that Porsche called it that!

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    Fittapaldi

    Most wheel manufacturers have done "Endorsement" editions throughout the years. I beleive the Fittapaldi is a Personal (Nardi) wheel. The Personals are really nicely made, but don't fit on the momo/sparco/OMP hubs because the bolt circle is slightly smaller.

    I had a Mark Donahue IROC wheel that was wonderful... smal diameter with an extra thick rim. That Stewart wheel looks to have that sort of grip.

    Jol

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    Jol, your post made me do a bit of digging..an ad published on page 21 of the March 1970 PANO: Mark Donohue Leather steering wheel, 14" diameter, for $49.95. Sold by B&B motors of Burnt Hills, NY. The ad pic shows 3 spokes, 3 "lightening holes" in each spoke....porsche crest horn button, Donohue's autograph embossed on one of the spokes. Very similar to the prototipo. Gee, should I send a check?
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    Like this one Paul? Or something else. This is the Racemark by Raid. Italian Made. Same mounting hole circle as Nardi, Personal, Dino...not Momo.
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