Launched in 1964 by Gianpiero Moretti, Momo steering wheels instantly became a winner, and by a winner - it was the wheel that guided John Sutrees’s Ferrari to a Formula One world title.
52 years later, the brand is a namesake among vintage enthusiasts around the world. Momo wheels were the wheels to have all the way up in until the mid-1990's when it got sold to a corporate entity.
Recently, the Momo has come back to its grassroots beginnings in the hands of true enthusiasts. To celebrate the return of Momo, they got some industry friends together in Downtown LA to witness the new Heritage Series. Still handmade in Italy, each piece demonstrates the same craftsmanship that made the brand famous from the start.
Photos: Andrew Ritter