Founded in 1937, Alphonso Morini’s company built two-stroke lightweights at first before developing a range of fast, overhead-camshaft roadsters during the 1950s. By the decade’s end they had been replaced by a range of overhead-valve models and a 48cc two-stroke, which kept the firm afloat until the arrival of the v-twins. Built in various versions, Morini’s offering in the 125cc class was the Corsaro (Pirate), which was first introduced towards the end of 1958. This well restored example of the latter previously belonged to the famous Dutch singer, Marco Borsato.
|Auction||The Carole Nash MCN London Motorcycle Show February 2016|
|Day of Auction||N/A|
|Registration Number||Not UK Registered|
|Chassis Number||E 38420|
|Model||125cc Corsaro Veloce|
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