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Moretti

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Moretti was founded in 1925 by Giovanni Moretti (born 1904 in Reggio Emilia) in order to design and build motorcycles, both of his own design and with agreements with other companies.

First came the "Cita", then the 600 and then, in 1953, the 750.

Some cars were designed by Vignale and Michelotti before Moretti decided to bring design in-house, the first result being the Sportiva.

In 1967 Moretti produced 2,600 cars, in 1973 3,292 but in 1974 only 1,071. They finally ceased operating in the mid 1980s.

(text source and more info at: Cars From Italy)


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Sport3184 days ago

Moretti power!

;-)

PIERREUX2855 days ago

Hello
My grandfather was the importer for belgium for moretti cars
I possess 5 moretti's 850 coupe,128roadster,125 and normaly the only 132 they was build
If you want more info you can contact me

Regards
Frederic Pierreux

Enrico2036 days ago

Moretti rulez ;-)

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