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I got a couple of these for my 911 and 951. I like them a lot.
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My little 912 with the black MOTOLITA steering Wheel
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FS ABARTH steering wheel 37mm (14,6in) NEW alternative Momo..Euro 299 with WW ship

I'm thinking of making a small REPLICA series.....but...problems

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I got a couple of these for my 911 and 951. I like them a lot.
where did you find these?
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My little 912 with the black MOTOLITA steering Wheel
DSC_5077 by jean-luc criado, sur Flickr

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I like it - looks like she is ready for the Alps.
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Just installed a Momo mod 07 in my '86.
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Today I fitted one of mine Momo D36 wheels

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Thanks! Its a nato color called nato-olive or gelb-oliv. (Not original)

What a beautiful color.
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That looks like a nice job! I'd love to hear about the process.
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That looks like a nice job! I'd love to hear about the process.
It was pretty simple. I bought some custom-mixed dye from Joanne at ColorPlus. I sent her the ashtray door to match against, although it would have been easier for her with a larger piece. I also bought some leather cleaner and conditioner.

The included instructions were pretty thorough - the dye is basically a flexible paint, so as with any paint job, surface prep is key. Three coats of dye, applied with a brush, let cure for a week and it's done.

I've done another steering wheel this way, and after a couple summers of sweaty hands, it still looks new. I'll probably do my seats one of these winters - it's a nice project you can do indoors, with no smells.
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Thanks for the explanation! ;-)
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Just installed a Momo mod 07 in my '86.
Like it - where did you get those pedals with the extended heel tab?
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Just a "newish" Momo in my 76S
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MOMO Heritage Prototipo and upcoming Heritage Targa shift knob in mine.

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