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  1. Just got another batch in! Haven't had these in stock for over a year. http://thepaddock.xyz/store/german-h4-bulb-covers
  2. The adapters are complete and ready for sale! Pics of final production version attached.
  3. Selling this 390mm Nardi Torino steering wheel. The 05/1976 date stamp makes this wheel period-correct for an 02, E3, E9, etc. The mahogany wood has been hand-sanded and refinished with a light stain. You could run it as-is, or clear coat with a polyurethane if you prefer the glossy look. Spokes have a nice polished finish, but some pitting and light scratches do show depending on the lighting. The last couple photos were taken in direct sunlight to exaggerate the light scuffing on the spokes. Considering it's 44 years old, I'd say it's a pretty nice survivor. $280 plus shipping. No horn button is included. I do have a hub that I was planning on keeping, but you're welcome to make an offer on the whole lot.
  4. Selling a very rare MOMO Touring steering wheel. This iconic design inspired the now-popular MOMO Indy. Stacked MOMO logo dates this between 1968-1973. 350mm diameter. Condition is excellent for the age. Not perfect, but about as good as you’re going to get for a 50 year old wheel. Spokes have been professionally polished and clear coated. The wood is in nice condition with only minor nicks. Note one hairline crack pictured. $430 plus shipping (approx $25 in the US).
  5. Quick update: The design has been finalized and sent to production. See attached pics of the 3D-printed prototype in-action!
  6. Nothing better than a period-correct vanity plate 😄
  7. Adapts your 3-bolt Italvolanti/Atiwe/BMW Motorsport steering wheel to a standard 6-bolt MOMO hub (hub not included). Machined from aircraft-grade 6061 aluminum with a black anodized finish, this adapter is strong, light, and looks great. Designed and manufactured in Southern California. Link to purchase: http://thepaddock.xyz/store/steering-wheel-adapter-italvolanti-3-bolt-to-momo-hub
  8. For the collector who has it all! Very rare Italian-made late-60s Effpi steering wheel, similar to Nardi/Personal. Only BMW hub and horn-equipped one I've ever seen! This makes early Nardis and Momos look commonplace. These were original equipment on the Shelby GT500 and thus command $3k+ if a Shelby hub and horn button are included. Even replicas are $3k. EFFPI sold a handful of these wheels in the aftermarket before going out of business, mostly for Italian cars such as Alfa Romeos and Masteratis. Overall decent original condition - best suited for a “survivor” or driver car. Some light scratches, noticeable cracking in the wood, and flaking chrome on the hub are present. The 400mm diameter is perfect for a larger sedan, such as the E9, E3, or NK. Or replace the horn and hub with a Shelby unit and you’ve made a quick buck - reproductions are readily available. Price comps: NOS Shelby version ($6,250) - https://wood-steering-wheels.com/85-shelby-effpi-steering-wheel/ Reproduction Shelby version ($2999) - http://www.mustangsunlimited.com/Mustang/Interior/Steering-Wheels/Original-Type/Steering-Wheel-1966-Shelby-GT350-Mustang.axd Asking just $470 plus shipping.


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