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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 07-07-2018, 02:40 PM Thread Starter
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Spider S4 - Matching gear knob

Finally I got around to doing what I planned 16 years ago: a gear knob to match my Nardi steering wheel. I wanted to retain the original shape. This is the result, of course it still has to be coated.

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Looks really good!

What size steering wheel is that? 390mm?

Where did you get the Alfa horn button?

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Looks really good!

What size steering wheel is that? 390mm?

Where did you get the Alfa horn button?
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Hi, the steering wheel is indeed a 390 mm. I chose this size because I think it gives a more classic feel and look (I had tried the 360 mm first).

The Alfa button I got from OK parts in Germany but don't get impressed by it, it's just an Alfa badge glued on an original Nardi badge. I'm looking for something more discrete.

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The Nardi horn button is the ONLY way to go if you have a real Nardi. Alfa horn buttons seem too hokey to me. I have a Nardi wheel, and a Nardi horn button Looks great, but I am an effete snob, so....

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