Importer of Morini

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123morini
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Importer of Morini

Post by 123morini » 22 Nov 2021, 23:07

Hello ,

I am triing to help a friend to write the story of post war Morini in your country in Belgium and in Germany . For Belgium it was Enzo Bevillaqua .
Than my question is there someone who know the Morini importer during the years 50 . And even in Germany .

Awaiting for an answer and in advance a great thank you .

Christian .

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Re: Importer of Morini

Post by 350-v-twin » 23 Nov 2021, 10:04

Hello Christian,

In the 1960s the importer was a company in the Twente area (Enschede), called "Twente Motors (or Motoren?)", owned by father & son Egberts. Company no longer exists. In the 1950s, there was no importer in NL.

I have no idea about Germany. In the 70s AMEX Motorsport (owned by Herr Alexander) was the importer of the 125/250/350/500 models.

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Re: Importer of Morini

Post by Tintin » 23 Nov 2021, 10:57

I thought Verstegen (was then in Schaijk) was importer in the 70-ies in the Netherlands (correct me if I'm wrong)
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Re: Importer of Morini

Post by 350-v-twin » 23 Nov 2021, 15:02

That's right Verstegen in the 70s, but also Brabant Motors at the end of the 70s, beginning 80s for only the Camel.

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Re: Importer of Morini

Post by 123morini » 23 Nov 2021, 16:05

Hello ,

A big thank you about your answers . That's great my friend will be interested to know it .

Christian .

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