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This page is trying to to sort which wheel was on which CSL. Feedback is welcome in case you find mistakes.

 

  1. Carburated CSLs

     

    1. Early Carb CSL

       


    2. Momo Prototipo s - 38cm - stock in the early CSL's.

      A sales brochure, shows two different carb CSLs (Inka M-SE 1836 and Golf M-AH 1076). The interior-shot is from the Inka. But the wheel-photo is from Jochen Neerpash's "Dienst Wagen/company car" in Golf. Both cars are carb CSLs and have the black Alpina steering wheel. The Golf has the "normal" Alpina 7x14 rims. So far, so good.

      However, in the earlier CSL sales Brochure, where only one car appear (the Inka M-SE 1836), there is another steering wheel on the interior-photo. Namely, a non Alpina one in black satin with three holes (instead of two for the Alpina one). The rims, on that Inka, are the earlier Alpina split ones in black.

       

    3. Later carbs

    4. Most of the carbs were, most likely, equipped (from factory) with the black Alpina steering wheel. At least up to VIN 2212442 (?)

      Above: Alpina steering wheel on original 30 CSL 2212442
       
      BMW 30 csl 2211713
      Above photo: same Alpina steering as previous photo

      BMW 30 csl E9 2211724
      Above: Alpina wheel on a genuine CSL Alpina 2211724

       

     

  2. Injected CSLs up to approx 2275030

    BMW 30 csl 2211713
    Above photo: Alpina steering wheel


    Momo Prototipo s - optional for all E9's up to 1974.

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  4. Injected CSLs from approx 2275030

     

    BMW 30 csl 2275449
    Standard CSL steering wheel

     


  5. Momo Prototipo s - optional for all E9's up to 1974.

     

  6. RHD CSLs



  7. BMW 30 csl 2275449
    Standard CSL steering wheel


     
    The very first RHD (2285001 in Ceylon) had an Alpina style steering wheel in alu. Next car, 2285002 had the "normal" Petri one. 2285004 had the big 2800CS one. As a grand finale in the "CSL steering wheel saga", the BMW UK press car (CSL with reg no NUC 20L) had ...surprise, surprise - the Alpina steering wheel in Black satin!

     


    And all Alpina steering wheels were made by Momo.

    Credit / Thank You / Reference:

    http://www.e9coupe.com/forum/threads/early-csl-questions-petri-alpina-scheel.12259/

    Henric

    Hans Voertelboer

     

 
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