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almost looks aftermarket
 

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But if it's aftermarket, why would it have the mustang logo on it?
 

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Because aftermarket suppliers also provide Mustang emblems for their stuff. You can tell who paid the licensing fee to Ford by the quality of the Running Horse and Bars. If it looks like crap, guess what...
 

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It looks like a wood Nardi wheel with a cobbled together horn button and painted spokes. Is there a name engraved into one of the spokes?
 

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What's a Nardi wheel? The car's at the body shop right now, so I'm not sure if there's a name on it or not. This car came with a toploader out of a GT-500 in it. Too bad they didn't put the steering wheel from the Shelby in it as well!
 

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I agree, It looks like a Nardi.
 

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A "Nardi" is an aftermarket wheel company. Mostly their wheels wound up in European cars. Some people put them in Mustangs because they think they sort of look like shelby steering wheels.
 

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Could be a Nardi, as others have mentioned (which are gorgeous and pricey when new, used extensively by Ferrari in years past, by the way), or judging by the slots in the spokes, could also be LeCarra.
 

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here's a Nardi on eBay; the vendor has a number of similar s/wheels.
 
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