In 1959, Moto Morini introduced the Corsaro (Italian for Pirate), a 125cc sportster that produced 7.5 horsepower.
Morini offered several motorcycles based on the 125cc Corsaro platform: the Veloce Competition, Veloce Sport Lusso, Veloce Super Sport, Veloce Country, and the Veloce Regolarita. In 1964, the model line got a displacement bump to 150.
This example has been restored with “new paint, all chrome parts replated, all alloy polished, all hardware re-cad-plated, and new rubber parts.” The sale includes “workshop and owner’s manuals (in Italian), a wiring diagram, toolbox keys, spare decals, and rear crash bars (unmounted).”
Find this Moto Morini for sale in Ojai, California for $5,950 here on Bator International.