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Nos Momo 360Cm Steering Wheel And Hub


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I just purchased this circa 1991 Momo NOS wheel from a vendor in France. It is a bit larger than most new Momos and the quality of the finish, leather and aluminum, is better (comparing to a Momo Retro I had in my previous car). I also bought a new Momo hub to install. With my bone stock interior, I think the wheel looks a little out of place in my car and I would prefer somethng more vintage like a Petri. I paid $350 for the steering wheel and $85 for the hub totaling $435. Only in the car for a few hours. I would sell the combination for $415 including shipping by parcel post in the US, excluding HI and PR. Would also trade towards a vintage wheel with hub, no wood grain. Thanks.

1960 Austin Healey Sprite | 1974 Ford Bronco | 1988 Porsche 911 | 1994 Toyota Land Cruiser | 2022 Ford Bronco Badlands on Order | In Search of a BMW 2002 

 

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