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FS: 90's Momo M36 S/W (with history) and Jamex B3 bar

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I have a Momo Type M36 (14"/360mm) steering wheel with a one-off custom foam Neuspeed pad/horn insert and Audi adapter hub.

I am the second owner of this wheel since 1997 (16 years). The story of this wheel is that it sat for years as a sample in the glass counter display case at the Neuspeed HQ in Camarillo, CA. I was told the raised pad and its design was made as a catalog sample, but they never produced this version in mass. When they remodeled their showroom the first owner was able to purchase it as a disco/closeout item during an open house.

I have been to some shows/ GTG's here and there and I'm still active on various VW and Audi boards. I have not seen another Momo with this center insert design so I am pretty comfortable saying it's the only one of its kind and true to the story I have from its first owner (unless someone proves me wrong).

I had this in a 1991 GTI 16V and a 1990 Jetta 2Dr coupe. I've obtained an Audi hub for it and was intending to use in a B3 project car, but due to a move and house remodeling costs I have to sell my project cars and parts.
The wheel is in good condition with very minor imperfections for its age and service life. Also note that it's been stored since 2010 and (2) of the (6) metric allen screws have gone missing.

Wheel: $130/Adapter hub $50. (160 if sold together) All prices are PLUS shipping (prefer lower 48. Can't ship to Canada or outside USA).

I have a Jamex B3 strut bar in fair condition with some pitting on the mounting plates (as shown in the photos).
I'd like $125 plus shipping. (I would prefer to keep shipping to U.S. 48 state).

I have paypal.
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Edit & Price drop bump. All items in the post are available and reduced $
Wheel dropped to 130. Bar dropped to 125.
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