Though Italian auto accessory maker MOMO is best known for its racing and aftermarket steering wheels, in the 1970s the manufacturer ventured into making alloy wheels for racers and road cars, both for the aftermarket community and directly for manufacturers (including Ferrari). The brand’s first wheel was a six-spoke design that saw use on race cars back in the early ’70s, and now MOMO is making a tribute to that original wheel.
The new Heritage 6 takes on the look of the original wheel but has ostensibly been made using modern techniques. MOMO notes it was made through a “rotary forged flow forming technology” which makes it both strong and light. The wheel comes in nine different colors (black, white, red, bronze and gunmetal to name a few), and is available as a 17 or 18-inch option, varying in depth from eight to 12 inches. Thus it’ll fit a wide range of cars, but given the classic aesthetic will look most at home on vintage European performance cars from the ’70s and ’80s.
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