Any experiences or information about this small retro-style steering wheel?

Elaphe

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I own a momo Montecarlo 320, finished in leather. Now I would like to add another steering wheel to my collection, something smaller, for the old F1s from the 60s and for small cars such as the Caterhams. I was considering a momo Mod 26, but it's really expensive and comes undrilled. Also the leather version is only available in 26 cm, which may be too small (I would prefer 28 cm). I have found out this one which is 27 cm, finished in leather, completelly round (without any grip section for a more retro style), so it really looks what I need. Do you think it will be a good purchase for its price?
 

Chrhun

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That wheel is also sold as Fanatec and Motamec, I think it's good for the price, a friend of mine has one.
 

Elaphe

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That wheel is also sold as Fanatec and Motamec, I think it's good for the price, a friend of mine has one.
Yes, I have just found out that it's the same model sold by Motamec. Do you know if the grip is round or oval? Is it made with genuine leather?
 

JimLee

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Fanatec 270mm - Round (slightly oval actually) - Black Leather

Wish it came in Red Leather
 

Elaphe

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I think I will stick with my Montecarlo for now. After watching some vintage on-board videos of the Lotus Type 49 and the Ferrari 312/67, I would say their steering wheels are not as small as I thought. They look like 30 or 32 cm.
 

Chrhun

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Yes, I have just found out that it's the same model sold by Motamec. Do you know if the grip is round or oval? Is it made with genuine leather?
I think there was a bit of shape on the rim, the maybe oval. I've also considered one for mainly Skippy in iRacing, but ended up with a modern Fanatec Formula rim. It's the right size, and in VR that works well too. With a formula car I don't change the grip the same way as with a rally car - therefore the shape of the rim doesn't really affect the immersion I get.