MOMO Heritage 6 Wheel

May 29, 2018

Category: Gear

If you’ve been paying attention to the car world, you’ve probably noticed a rise in the popularity of classic cars. And classic cars call for classic accessories. The problem is, a lot of the manufacturers that made those parts don’t exist anymore. MOMO, however, is still going strong after 54 years and, wouldn’t you know it, they just introduced the perfect retro accessory in their Heritage 6 Wheels.

Based on the brand’s 70s-era light alloy wheels that revolutionized the aftermarket parts industry, these 6-spoke wheels feature an iconic design that adds just the right amount of flair to any old-school road-goer. But that’s where the similarities stop, as their construction is all modern. These wheels are constructed out of aluminum using dual-way flow forming – a technology that they’re 15% lighter than alloy wheels, but just as strong. Available in a number of different colors and finishes, You can get these killer wheels now for $450 a piece.

Purchase: $450

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