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[SOLD] Nardi wood wheel complete - Fittipaldi homologation

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Not entirely sure what I have here (it came with the car) so I'll just be as descriptive as possible.


Lots more Pictures here: http://imgur.com/a/rWBrI

Nardi-Personal wood rimmed steering wheel. measures 355 mm outside diameter.

The center section is brushed aluminum and is stamped 'made in Italy' on the back, and 'Personal' on the front. The front stamping is hidden under the rubberized foam pad.

It includes the boss which is metal and covered in a crinkle finish. The horn works and includes the personal logo horn button too.

The black pad is removable and I would think you can run it with or without, you may need a different horn plate though. The aluminum under the pad is in great shape, no hidden marring.

On the top of the black pad there's a badge which says 'Personal' 'Homologated' and has Fittpaldi's signature embossed on it.

Overall it's in great shape, I'd say 8.5 or 9/10. There a few chips in the lacquer on the rim, shown in the photos. You can feel a little roughness when you run your hand over them but they're not sharp or gouges.

Asking $200 shipped for the complete wheel & boss.

I also have a matching Nardi gear knob, I'm told this is from a Miata. It's in good shape, and has a ringed rubber grip. The Nardi Torino badge matches the blue on the Fittipaldi signature on the wheel. the only issue being that the metal insert sometimes rotates inside the wooden shell. I suspect a few drops of glue inside the shift knob would solve this for good. It attaches on with three setscrews (included).

Asking $20 shipped for the gear knob.

Please email me at taymar02@gmail.com with any questions or specific photo requests.

Wheel is located in FL.

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