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    Identifying this old Momo

    Hey guys, was digging through my parts bin and found this old MOMO. To be frank, I'm not up to snuff on old Momos and was curious as to what I have here... Anything special at all? It's about 360mm...

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    I’ve sent you a PM. I’d like to buy the wheel please. Thanks Steve
    1969 911 E #824

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    Looks similar to a Jackie Stewart.
    David

    '73 S Targa #0830 2.7 MFI rebuilt to RS specs

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    It does look similar, but it was used mostly in Italian cars. They are available new in the $300-350 range. I’m looking for a version with patina like this one.
    1969 911 E #824

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    I have one too. However, with black spokes and only 31cm in diameter. it is not for sale - have used it in various cars for over 40 years. can someone tell me the name of the type momo? Thank you.

    regards uwe

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    Pretty much the Same spoke design as the PrototipoS.
    Michael
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    Yes, same wheel minus the holes.
    1969 911 E #824

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    Quote Originally Posted by xpensivewino View Post
    Yes, same wheel minus the holes.
    Thicker grip
    David

    '73 S Targa #0830 2.7 MFI rebuilt to RS specs

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