I’ve put together all three known variants of the Watanabe Falcon steering wheels. Check out the pix.
The Stormtrooper ditches the factory wagon-wheels in favor of a set belonging to a long lost older brother.
My chrome Watanabe horn button is legit. This post contains proof images.
Just look at that red box. So battered. It’s seen things. But the contents? Fresh and pristine. What do I even say about this? Words fall short. It’s a black and silver steering wheel, but so much more. The legendary Watanabe Falcon. Car guys swoon. (Well, those into esoteric JDM unicorns.) Normal people look confused. […]
revlimiter learns to work on wood. A bunch of shift knobs and a steering wheel get restored over a short six weeks.
Sharka’s latest new-old steering wheel.
You didn’t expect me to live with the cracked, glossy coating on my old Prototipo steering wheel did you?
Another steering wheel for my collection. It’s an addiction.
It’s nice when you’re able to press your horn button and have noise come out. My Momo Master recently stopped doing that. I resorted to some exploratory surgery to make things work again.
May 24th, 2012 — Wheels
Sharka Star Shark Star Specs! Sharka Star Shark Star Specs! Sharka Star Shark Star Specs! Sharka Star Shark Star Specs! okay… I’m starting to get cross-eyed typing that. Shoulda copied and pasted…