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Thread: FS: 370 mm MOMO GT style Abarth Style

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    FS: 370 mm MOMO GT style Abarth Style

    Hi there,

    Up for sale is this good looking MOMO steering wheel in a desirable size, 370 mm.
    Beautiful brushed silver spokes.
    Leather in very good condition, some traces of use.
    Stitching is missing 3 stitches at 1 o'clock, inner side.
    Comes with an unmarked horn button ( double contact ).
    The center pad is also included in the sale.

    If you have any questions, please leave a comment or send a message.

    My asking price is $450.

    I'm located in the Netherlands and willing to ship world wide. PayPal is accepted.

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    Senior Member uai's Avatar
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    Hi Hans, your 1st post over here, welcome on board.
    I assume you're Hans Wortelboer.
    If that is the case I may add that to the ones who don't know you yet - he's a trustworthy guy having very nice steering wheels and has been providing the BMW Community with good steering wheels for quite a while.
    No Bullshit no hidden faults no nonsense from him.
    So you got a recommendation from me.
    GLWS
    Cheers
    Uli

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    I have one of these myself and they are GREAT wheels. The spokes are noticeably sturdier feeling than the other GT/Abarth/Prototipo wheels. They don't really come off as being thicker material but, it might be a slightly different alloy used.

    The fact that this wheel (as well as mine) has a couple of Euro safety cert. markings has always made me suspect that the wheel might have been a formal sports option for a Marque. You don't see the marks on a lot of the MOMO wheels, even of the same vintage.

    Hans, do you have any knowledge to offer in that respect?
    Michael
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    Quote Originally Posted by uai View Post
    Hi Hans, your 1st post over here, welcome on board.
    I assume you're Hans Wortelboer.
    If that is the case I may add that to the ones who don't know you yet - he's a trustworthy guy having very nice steering wheels and has been providing the BMW Community with good steering wheels for quite a while.
    No Bullshit no hidden faults no nonsense from him.
    So you got a recommendation from me.
    GLWS
    Cheers
    Uli
    Haha! Busted...
    Thank you for your kind words Uli, I really appreciate it!

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    Quote Originally Posted by 70SATMan View Post
    I have one of these myself and they are GREAT wheels. The spokes are noticeably sturdier feeling than the other GT/Abarth/Prototipo wheels. They don't really come off as being thicker material but, it might be a slightly different alloy used.

    The fact that this wheel (as well as mine) has a couple of Euro safety cert. markings has always made me suspect that the wheel might have been a formal sports option for a Marque. You don't see the marks on a lot of the MOMO wheels, even of the same vintage.

    Hans, do you have any knowledge to offer in that respect?
    I'm not sure, this is one of those steering wheels I have never seen before.
    Besides that, the eighties are far too modern for me, hahaha.
    Steering wheels from the sixties or seventies make my heart beat faster.
    I also try to ignore MOMO's. They can ruin you, haha.

    Best, Hans

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    I'm interested in the wheel. Can you provide a way to contact you? your PM is disabled until 10 posts

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hans W. View Post
    I also try to ignore MOMO's. They can ruin you, haha.
    Best advice ever. Wish someone had told me many years ago...

    FWIW, these momo wheels are much sturdier than the old ones because of the production era as these are usually 80s. Not flexing like the old ones.

    P.S.: I can vouch for Hans as well, been around a long time. Just not in this community.
    Last edited by Robi; 10-22-2021 at 03:27 AM.
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    Quote Originally Posted by RoadTrippin911s View Post
    I'm interested in the wheel. Can you provide a way to contact you? your PM is disabled until 10 posts
    I didn't know that.

    You can reach me by sending an email to h.wortelboerDOTplanet.nl
    Or you can find me at Instagram: @bmw2002nl or @vintagevolante
    Facebook: Vintage Volante

    Looking forward to your message!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Robi View Post
    Best advice ever. Which someone had told me many years ago...

    FWIW, these momo wheels are much sturdier than the old ones because of the production era as these are usually 80s. Not flexing like the old ones.

    P.S.: I can vouch for Hans as well, been around a long time. Just not in this community.
    Thank you Robin! I can vouch for you as well, haha!

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    SOLD.
    Thank you.

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