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Steering wheel rare?

I bought this steering wheel a few day's ago.
How often do you see this steering wheel?

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Porsche 930 Turbo steering wheel - Code M108


WITH THICK RIM - VERY RARE - MINT CONDITION
=> this is not to be confounded with the "regular" 3-spoke steering wheel!
=> it was only offered when sports seats Code M409 where ordered too.

The leather is in pristine condition, you can still see the structure overall, the stitches are perfect!



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The three-spoke wheel actually seems pretty common. Many older RUF Porsches have the same wheel but with RUF embossed on the horn button cover instead. An '82 911 SC I nearly bought also had the same wheel.
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The three-spoke wheel actually seems pretty common. Many older RUF Porsches have the same wheel but with RUF embossed on the horn button cover instead. An '82 911 SC I nearly bought also had the same wheel.
This is not the regular 3 spoke steering wheel. Have a look at the pictures and find the difference from the wheel above.


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I should have it in the mail by tomorrow.
So I will do measuring there I have them both.
The grip is thicker and steering is less in diameter.
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I found the part number in the pelican shop


http://www.pelicanparts.com/cgi-bin/PartsLookup/search.cgi?command=show_page&Catalog_Name=911_USA_84_86_KATALOG&Illustration=403-05&Line_Item=36

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I'm assuming your wheel has more leather?
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Cool find, those are hard to come by.
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