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    FS: Two (2) Steering Wheels :: 350mm :: One (1) Nardi & One (1) MOMO Prototipo

    Hello Early S Forum Members,

    These two steering wheels have been mounted on my cars over the years and now they are not in use, so I am moving them on. They are both in "very good" to "excellent" condition. Wheels have the original covers and all "glued" seams are fully intact.

    NEW PRICES 9-10-2020:
    Wheel #1: 350mm MOMO Prototipo dated to the late 90's -- slightly dished -- excellent condition with a hollow "accordion style" hub.
    $225 shipped CONUS with hub

    Wheel #2: 360mm Nardi -- dished (3 inches -- 76mm) -- very good condition -- no hub -- Nardi bolt pattern
    $200 shipped CONUS

    Wheel #1 Detail Pics:







    Wheel #2 Detail Pics:






    More pictures and answers to questions available upon request.
    Thanks for looking,
    Jim
    Last edited by uptheorg; 09-18-2020 at 04:44 AM. Reason: correction to wheel diameters: Nardi (360mm) Prototip (350mm)
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    New Prices!

    Wheel #1: 350mm MOMO Prototipo dated to the late 90's -- slightly dished -- excellent condition with a hollow "accordion style" hub.
    $225 shipped CONUS with hub

    Wheel #2: 360mm Nardi -- dished (3 inches -- 76mm) -- very good condition -- no hub -- Nardi bolt pattern
    $200 shipped CONUS
    Last edited by uptheorg; 09-18-2020 at 04:46 AM. Reason: correction to wheel diameters: Nardi (360mm) Prototipo (350mm)
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    Interested in the Momo, whats additional shipping price to Norway?
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    Norway shipping rates for one (1) MOMO steering wheel should be:
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    Quote Originally Posted by uptheorg View Post
    Norway shipping rates for one (1) MOMO steering wheel should be:
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    Thanks for checking, shipping to Norway makes it just to expensive. Will I try to source one here in Norway!
    Best regards
    Kjell T
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    Hello again!
    How deep is the dish on the Nardi? It also looks some larger in diameter than the Proto?
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    Quote Originally Posted by 91167coupe View Post
    Hello again!
    How deep is the dish on the Nardi? It also looks some larger in diameter than the Proto?
    Hi @91167coupe, I measured the Nardi dish by putting it upside down on the table and the center was 3" (76mm) high.

    Good observation on the wheel sizes! I measured both of them and the Nardi is 360mm with the Protipo at 350mm.

    Cheers,
    Jim
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    two nice steering wheels
    still available
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