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Momo steering wheel w/ bmw hub & horn button


JohnP_02

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15 hours ago, zak20022 said:

John just curious      i passed by your steering wheel yesterday. Now that it has been sold I'm intrigued. Could you give me a description of it again. Does momo still sell it?   thanks    zak20022@gmail.com

 

Hey Zak, from what I understand the Moretti steering wheel was part of the Momo signature edition of steering wheels. These were available in the early to mid seventies until the mid eighties. This wheel is named after the founder of Momo, Gianpiero Moretti, and was the last of signature series as far as I know with a very limited production run of about 2-3 years (at least I have only ever seen them dated '85-'87). It was also the only wooden wheel of the signature series, and was available in two sizes 390mm and 370mm. It's a beautiful, rare wheel if you ever find one snag it. It was hard to let go of this one, but I am working a special project with my steering wheel collection and needed to sell this one just to buy some others! Hehe

 

Hope that helps! John

1976 2002 Fjordblau (currently Verona, 3rd owner)

1969 2002 Granada, 2nd owner

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