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Does anyone happen to know if there are any differences in the steering wheels on the GT's (specifically if the rim is any thicker on the later Blackline/Cloverleaf models vs. the 2004/2005 era cars) ? It appears that as well as a slightly different finish, the earlier cars have 'thinner' wheels ..

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Not sure about girth, but yes there were differences. The later cloverleaf models had perforated leather design and some had red stitching. I had one of my wheels refursbished to my own spec by royalsteering wheels. I also increased the girth of the wheel and it now feels awesome to hold. Also went for top quality alcantara and red stitching. :yes:

I also have a mint rare later cloverleaf wheel with perforated leather design and red stitching with blue and me controls. I might be selling on soon?

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Not sure about girth, but yes there were differences. The later cloverleaf models had perforated leather design and some had red stitching. I had one of my wheels refursbished to my own spec by royalsteering wheels. I also increased the girth of the wheel and it now feels awesome to hold. Also went for top quality alcantara and red stitching. :yes:

I also have a mint rare later cloverleaf wheel with perforated leather design and red stitching with blue and me controls. I might be selling on soon?

Damien.
Hi Damien I would be very interested in buying your spare blue and me steering wheel if still for sale. Rick.
 

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Hi Damien I would be very interested in buying your spare blue and me steering wheel if still for sale. Rick.
Ok Rick.

Just away on a work trip back on Tuesday. Will send you a picture. Its immaculate mate.:thumbup:

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Hi all
Does anyone happen to know if there are any differences in the steering wheels on the GT's (specifically if the rim is any thicker on the later Blackline/Cloverleaf models vs. the 2004/2005 era cars) ? It appears that as well as a slightly different finish, the earlier cars have 'thinner' wheels ..

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Other than the perforated leather and red stitching, no, they all have the same wheel, shared with the higher spec 147s.
 
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