After the release of 7 steering wheels, the Heritage Line is now complemented by two shift knobs, Targa and Trofeo.
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 Targa with the result of a complex but harmonious game of contrast between colours and materials. Crown jewel of both shift knobs is the vintage tobacco leather top, with the stamped MOMO Heritage logo.
Targa pleases every customers’ need because of it's specific shape: the shorter and spherical body of Targa fits perfectly an open palm grip, for a full and soft control of the gear shift.
MOMO Targa gear knob is designed to fit a shaft with a maximum diameter of 15mm and is held in place by three grub screws in a clamp-style fitment. It also includes an insert to take up any slack if the shaft is too small to secure with the screws alone.
Fitting kit included.
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Founded in 1964, MOMO Italy, is a company renown for its unique designs, superior quality, maximum safety standards and technological innovation in the automotive industry worldwide.
It all started with the passion of racing and gentleman race car driver Gianpiero Moretti, whose understanding and true passion for motorsports led to the creation of products that understood drivers' real needs. The same principles and believes still live in MOMO today, making sure we always deliver optimum and innovative automotive products for competitive drivers and auto enthusiasts like you.
Momo has brilliantly carried on the business of developing innovative racing products, incorporating ambitious technological goals and continuing to improve the quality, safety and the superior design of Momo products. An example of the goals achieved by the Company was the exclusive supply of Momo steering wheels for the GP2 Championships in Europe and Asia. More recently in the US, Momo has developed a new generation of steering wheels for NASCAR, which are currently used by many top teams and drivers.