Moto Lita 380 mm / 15 inch

Hans W.

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Freshly restored late sixties Moto Lita steering wheel.
Has a custom made adapter for the small bolt pattern.
Comes with a hub of your choice, black or polished, for all E9 or E3 models.

It took many hours of work to achieve this result.
The spokes are smooth and polished, the wood has 5 new coats of the highest quality.
The hub and horn button are new and unused.

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73Polaris

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Beautiful. Would it bolt right in to a 73 E9? Does it come with the turn signal canceller? Or would you use the existing one from the car?
 

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Our mustang has never been touched. It was bought by my wife's aunt in 1967 and she sold it to us. Perhaps an opton with the only option she got...the tilting steering wheel.
 
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