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The MOMO Emory Porsche 356 RSR Outlaw idea was brought to life after Henrique Cisneros, Chairman of MOMO Automotive Group, saw a rendering of Rod Emory ultimate 356, one worthy of Porsche’s RSR designation The concept for this MOMO Emory Porsche 356 RSR Outlaw dates back to 2012 when Rod Emory imagined the ultimate 356, one worthy of Porsche’s RSR designation in reference to the legendary 1973 Porsche 911 Carrera RSR. A rendering was posted to social media. In turn,…

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This Guards Red Porsche Carrera features a set of MOMO Heritage 6 flow-formed wheels, a MOMO Heritage Prototipo steering wheel and a MOMO Heritage Targa shift knob With a synonymous color scheme, this Guards Red Porsche ticks all the boxes for air-cooled Porsche enthusiasts. The Porsche 11 Carrera 3.0 we have here was introduced back in 1976, featuring wide rear flares, optional whaletail, and a variety of other options. The car came powered by the non-turbocharged version of the 930…

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This Battleship Gray Porsche 964 Ducktail features a great replacement for the OEM steering wheel, a more modern and motorsport-inspired MOMO MOD.07 steering wheel Even though the ducktail has appeared on only a handful of Porsche 911s, the ducktail is as iconic as the car itself. Making its first appearance on the historic Porsche 911 Carrera RS 2.7 in 1973, in true German fashion, it was born out of function rather than form. However, the ducktail quickly got a lot…

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The exclamation point for this Yellow Nissan ‘Hakosuka’ Skyline GTR build is a MOMO Heritage Indy steering wheel The Nissan Skyline GT-R, the car that arrived in 1989 with four-wheel drive, four-wheel steering, and twin turbochargers, has been the talk of the town ever since. However, the Skyline we have here today couldn’t be any different. It’s a smaller, nimbler, rear-drive vehicle that weighs just about half of the current, rather heavy, and beastly Nissan GTR. It’s the 1971 Nissan…

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The owner of this 911 went with a MOMO Prototipo steering wheel in black, giving his high-performance machine from Germany quite an exciting interior upgrade The Porsche 911 Super Carrera was released back in 1978, the first time the “SC” designation was used since the introduction of the 356 SC – when the carmaker wanted to distinguish the civilian version of the 356 from the race engined 356 Carrera. The vehicle was introduced featuring a 3.0 liter aluminum engine with…

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The MOMO Heritage Prototipo steering wheel goes back in time to celebrate the history of MOMO, creating a unique aftermarket item that fits a number of classic vehicles perfectly For the most part, there’s seldom something that brings such a warm feeling around your heart like a well-kept car. Particularly, in this case, a pristine Porsche 911 Classic. What a beauty! The vehicle that transformed Porsche into what it is today, it almost never got the 911 monicker. After all,…

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When Rod Emory rendered his view of the ultimate 356, one worthy of Porsche’s RSR designation in reference to the legendary 1973 Porsche 911 Carrera RSR, nobody was expecting that this creation would come to life this quickly. After a rendering was posted to social media, the legendary Porsche builder received a call from Henrique Cisneros, Chairman of MOMO Automotive Group. His aims were clear: “It needed to have cool MOMO wheels and spit flames from the exhaust,” Rod recalled…

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