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Did you customize the horn button? How was it done? which wheel is that? Looks very nice
You can buy the wheel and horn button from Zuffenhaus. But you can also make the horn button yourself. It's not very difficult.


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Here's mine, but I'm thinking of getting rid of it.
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HJT, very nice wheel; where did you buy this wheel, and if you don't mind saying, how much was it? Is it 370mm?
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I'm about to swap mine into my 88, along with my 3 piece BBS wheels..
This is what is currently in it (it is going into my 78 SC)..

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Here's one of my favorites -- a near NOS vintage 350mm Momo Monza from around 1967

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I have the stock 3 spoke Carrera wheel and I like it reasonably for feel, but mostly for the appearance. It really fits the car.

However, many years ago, I had a Momo Montecarlo (on a Civic !). I really liked the look and the way it fits in your hands. But after about 2 years, the leather started "peeling" specially in humid weather. How do they fare today ? Will the leather last as long as an original Porsche wheel ?
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after sending the above, I got off my dead a$$ and called Mike at MOMO. They sell the screws (complete set) for $4 plus t&s. Sent him the above pic's and he's calling back with correct part #
screws $4
shipping $5
all is well.

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Love that setup!!! Looks great!
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I found this steering wheel online...very close to the 911R 370mm and fits momo hub...thought there might be some interest. No affiliation



37 cm diameter. Made in Italy search: "Part: AB-500-073"

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Here's mine, but I'm thinking of getting rid of it.


I like what you have done with your car.. Yes I could see many different wheels working with that very cool interior.. Went to your garage to check it out further... great car!

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