MOMO Heritage Trofeo Shift Knob

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MOMO Heritage Trofeo Shift Knob

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The craftsmanship of MOMO’s artisans reaches its climax thanks to the extraordinary woodworking: mahogany wood and beechwood are expertly sanded and layered along the whole body of Trofeo with the result of a complex but harmonious game of contrast between colours and materials. Crown jewel of this shift knob is the vintage tobacco leather top, with the stamped MOMO Heritage logo.

Trofeo is more suitable for a three-fingers grip for a faster gear shifting, with a greater taste of racing.

 

Specification:

Materialwood / leather
Colourwood
Height67mm
Diameter48mm
Interchangeable codeTROMAG

 

Package contents:
Each knob includes a self-tapping insert with an Allen-head set screw to fit any shifter handle up to 18 mm or 3/4 in.

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Momo was founded in 1964 by race car driver Gianpiero Moretti. In that year, Moretti commissioned a local craftsman to produce a custom steering wheel for his own racing car. This special steering wheel – the first Momo steering wheel in the Company’s history – had a superior and thicker grip compared to the normal racing steering wheels available at the time. Drivers from other teams quickly noticed Moretti’s new steering wheel and wanted the same for their cars, and so it started to gain fame within the racing community. The new Momo steering wheel also caught the attention of the then Ferrari Formula One driver, John Surtees, who wanted to mount it on his single-seater car. John Surtees’ Ferrari, equipped with the Momo racing steering wheel, won the Formula One world title in 1964. And so it was that Gianpiero Moretti converted his passion into a manufacturing reality, and Momo (for Moretti Monza) was born.

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MOMO

Momo was founded in 1964 by race car driver Gianpiero Moretti. In that year, Moretti commissioned a local craftsman to produce a custom steering wheel for his own racing car. This special steering wheel – the first Momo steering wheel in the Company’s history – had a superior and thicker grip compared to the normal racing steering wheels available at the time. Drivers from other teams quickly noticed Moretti’s new steering wheel and wanted the same for their cars, and so it started to gain fame within the racing community. The new Momo steering wheel also caught the attention of the then Ferrari Formula One driver, John Surtees, who wanted to mount it on his single-seater car. John Surtees’ Ferrari, equipped with the Momo racing steering wheel, won the Formula One world title in 1964. And so it was that Gianpiero Moretti converted his passion into a manufacturing reality, and Momo (for Moretti Monza) was born.
Weight0.3 kg
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