[urq] Identifying Audi Sport s/wheel

Ingo Rautenberg ingo.rautenberg at gmail.com
Sat Sep 15 15:28:29 PDT 2007

I'll have to look through my books, but it strikes me as one used in  
the early rally cars.  I'll have to confirm.


On Sep 15, 2007, at 3:00 PM, SpotatAshleys wrote:

> Thanks to all of you who replied to my question about sport quattro  
> recaros. Very helpful. I'll have to keep my eyes open for a pair.
> I have another question to test you all on now.....
> I have had the good fortune to have been given an Audi Sport  
> steering wheel but it is nothing like any I have seen before. Has  
> anyone else seen one, got one or know what they were fitted to  
> originally?
> http://www.imagestation.com/album/pictures.html? 
> id=2087527354&code=29968024&mode=invite&DCMP=isc-email-AlbumInvite
> The wheel was made in Italy by Italvolanti, is covered in brown  
> leather, has four horn buttons and on the back of the spokes has  
> the following marks:
> ati-2    KBA 70027        23-1-85 (I guess this is the date of  
> manufacture)
> and on the hub (which is detachable from the wheel) has the Audi  
> part number 321 419 661A.
> I've been through all my quattro books and can't find any photos of  
> such a wheel nor anything on google images. Any information will be  
> gratefully received. I'm just curious to know a bit more about it.
> Many thanks
> Keith
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