Share your favourite Momo related items (steering wheels etc.)
He put an intake, exhaust, sound system, lowered it 1'' and fitted Momo arrows on it. Those were the absolute business in the mid 90's.
That car drew SO much attention the first couple of years he owned it. I distinctly remember strangers complimenting or getting thumbs up every single time I was in that car.
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Formerly Internal Combustion (4/2007)
1969 Camaro SS 396- 396, M21 4 sp manuel, usual goodies
14 Grand Cherokee Limited 5.7 17 Mazda CX-5 Grand Touring
Old: 335xi, E320, Accord, WK, TJ, ZJ 5.9, Camaro, Prius
I firmly believe that the Momo Monte Carlo is the best modern aftermarket steering wheel. It somehow works in almost every car. A timeless design.
The same goes for the Prototipo in older cars.
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I have one of these in a box somewhere:
but not nearly as good a condition as that...
Also, had a Momo shift knob years ago. I thought it looked great, bought it, but it felt terrible in my hand.
4 coilpacks, 2 gearboxes and counting...Originally Posted by alleghenyman
I just remembered, I have a MOMO Automatico "shift knob" in my car. Replaced the bulky and worn/grungy factory one. Signature touches
And I have their pedals in my Datsun. Which work well and look great. I had to actually cut the factory steel pedals for width because my size 13 feet would hit two pedals at once. Made the pedal placement perfect and easy to hell & toe. Prior to that if I hit the brakes hard/quickly in say a panic stop situation i'd also go WOT.
Where do I begin.....
Been collecting momo wheels along time...
From the earliest 60’s momo wheels to present day stuff
Prototipos, martinis, zagato, Monte Carlo, benettons, recaro, cavallino, the list goes on
I can’t take pics of all of them
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rocked these mid-90s on the corrado...