The Moto Morini Corsarino was sold between 1963 and 1977 in Scrambler, Touring, and the Sport version seen here. The adorable name translates to “Little Pirate,” (arguably, a little Corsican pirate) which explains the logo on the tail.
By ’67, the Corsarino featured a 49cc engine and a 4-speed transmission. Morini claimed that it made 4.5 horsepower and was capable of 50 miles per hour. Models included the V (step through), Z (moped-style), ZT (cruiser), and the sporty ZZ in front of you today.
This example (VIN: Z12458) is said to be “preserved and in working condition,” and that’s about all the seller in Italy has to say. Find this Corsarino for sale in Brescia, Italy with a BIN of $5,550 here on eBay.