Replica Ferrari F1 Steering Wheel Costs Just $2,000

Formula 1 fans are lucky at best if they get to attend an actual race.  The tickets are pricey, the seats are limited and the amount of actual racing that they see with the naked eye is more than few and far between.  That’s why we suggest you spend your hard earned cash on a 1/1 scale, as in full sized, 2011 Ferrari 150° Italia Steering Wheel replica.

The wheel costs just a mear $2,230.  Fortunately, for that kind of cash it’s accurate down to the most minute of details.  First off it’s full sized; hence the 1/1 scale.  It’s hand built, made from genuine carbon fibre and is fitted with moving buttons, paddles and switches.  Too bad the LED panels don’t light up, though we wouldn’t put it beyond some die hard gaming fans to retrofit this thing to a Madcatz steering wheel, but here’s hoping.

Hurry, because they’re only making 250 of these.  Each one includes a certificate of authenticity and a unique numbered plaque on the base.


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Christen Costa

Grew up back East, got sick of the cold and headed West. Since I was small I have been pushing buttons - both electronic and human. With an insatiable need for tech I thought "why not start a blog focusing on technology, and use my dislikes and likes to post on gadgets."

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  2. The steering wheels were rigid and mounted on non-collapsible steering columns.  Modern power steering have almost universally relied on a hydraulic system, although electrical systems are steadily replacing this technology.

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