Scott Drake’s Premium Corso Feroce 1965-73 Steering Wheels

we made everyone aware of the wheels our friend Dom was producing in France. The wheels were, and still are, more superior to the US made Lecarra steering wheels of the same likeness and if you’ve ever held both in your hand, like we have, you will agree unreservedly. We won’t go into to much detail around the quality comparrison of both. You can read the initial post HERE and follow ups HERE and HERE. Though it now seems Scott Drake has jumped in on the steering wheels as well. Well they’ve always carried Cobra and Shelby style wheels but now they have a new version which appears to be the same 18-rivvet style as Dom’s French made beauties.

Scott Drakes premium Corso Feroce Steering Wheels you can be confident on any fierce course. Handcrafted with pride, these beautiful 1965-73 Shelby Cobra Style Steering Wheels feature a 9 hole diameter with polished aluminum spokes and hand rubbed marine mahogany. They are the perfect choice for that Classic Cobra, Mustang, or Shelby look Mustang enthusiasts crave. Stainless steel mounting screws and polished retaining ring are included for easy installation.
Word is still out on the quality of these but from experience It’s going to be very very tough to surpass the quality of the French made wheels. Check out Scott Drake’s Premium Corso Feroce 1965-73 Steering Wheels. [gallery ids="7125,7126,7127,7128,7129,7130,7131,7132,7133"] ]]>

5 thoughts on “Scott Drake’s Premium Corso Feroce 1965-73 Steering Wheels

  1. I don’t know how Scott Drake steering wheel perform in quality (I think their quality std are pretty high, thought) but Dom still have a best value in horn buttons. His horn buttons are polished steel made, not platic, and the emblem is in Email, not plastic…

  2. I purchased one of Doms wheels 2 years ago, it really is a work of art, even to an amateur like myself you can tell it is a high end product.

  3. ATTENTION: All advertising material is wrong.
    Just got off the phone with Scott Drake after having bought the Corso Feroce 15 ” (part # S1MS-3600-WG) wheel. It is not the 18 rivet style that is shown it is a 9 rivet. I talked with customer support on the phone, and emailed pictures of my newly arrived wheel at their request. After they talked to their engineering department, Scott Drake told me that all material showing the Wheel as an 18 rivet is wrong. THEY DO NOT PRODUCE AN 18 RIVET 15″ WHEEL AS SHOWN IN ALL MARKETING, INCLUDING THE PICTURE ON BOX THE 9 RIVET WHEEL COMES IN. I think this important news for anyone interested in buying the correct Eleanor 18 rivet style wheel.

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