MOTO MORINI 3 1/2 S 1974 - 1983
MOTO MORINI 3 1/2 S (1974 - 1983) Description & History: This is a famous Morini bike, based on the Franco Lambertini designed Strada. This machine was released in 1974 and has a lot of interesting aspects concerning the design. For example, the "Heron" head is used for this machine, meaning this kind of cylinder has a flat cylinder head with the combustion chamber machined on the top of the piston.
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