Moto Morini manufactured motorcycles from 1937 and, in later years, endured the all-too-familiar round of corporate problems, various ownerships, and reincarnations. From 1973 they produced the 3 ½ V-twin which was imported to the UK from 1974. Purchased in 2002 as a non-runner, the vendor restored this machine over a two-year period. He rebuilt the engine and gearbox, refurbishing anything found to be deficient, including all new bearings. The frame was powder coated, new fork stanchions were fitted, plus new Hagon shock absorbers, new tyres, and an electronic ignition system. It was regularly used thereafter, until the end of 2012 but, having been garaged since then, will require re-commissioning. Paperwork comprises a current V5C, two service manuals, a parts book, and a quantity of receipts/invoices.