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> FS: Leather original steering wheel-1972 date code, would be either a 914/4 or /6 or early 911 as well
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post Nov 20 2020, 07:54 AM
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nice condition not rusty, original leather wrap,
can use as-is or over wrap or remove and re wrap.
no horn button $250 OR with the batwing horn $350.
+ shipping CONUS- should be no more than $25

wear is not bad at all, amazing for the age. leather is firm and has slight indentation due to someone putting a tight over wrap on it.

the last picture shows the horn button but is of a different wheel


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DRPHIL914

Phil,
That is an interesting wheel. It is said that only the 70 and 71 914 wheels fit the 914-6 and 911. But your wheel has the hole for the plunger for the horn contact (early ) and the recess on the back of the spline (late).

https://www.early911sregistry.org/forums/sh...heels-THE-TRUTH

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QUOTE(bdstone914 @ Nov 20 2020, 12:05 PM) *

DRPHIL914

Phil,
That is an interesting wheel. It is said that only the 70 and 71 914 wheels fit the 914-6 and 911. But your wheel has the hole for the plunger for the horn contact (early ) and the recess on the back of the spline (late).

https://www.early911sregistry.org/forums/sh...heels-THE-TRUTH

You will need an account to see the pictures in the Early S post.


@bdstone914
does that make of rare or unusual? seem from reading the link you posted that the 72 wheels would have had that flange but not horn canceling button ? would it possibly be a weird combo or made for a later /6 from ‘72? i also thought most 914 wheels were not leather. will have to do some more research and comparisons

thanks Bruce for pointing out the differences

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Looks like a normal mid year wheel to me.
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sold pending payment @oldschool

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