125KJ Kanguro 1985
125H 1975
125T 1980
250T Mono 1978
250 2C Twin 1980
3½GT 1975-76
3½GT 1977-78
   
3½ Sport  1973
3½ Sport  1974-75
3½ Sport 1976-77
3½ Sport 1978-79
3½ Sport 1980
3½ Sport 1981
3½ Sport 1982-83
3½ Strada 1973
3½ Strada 1976
3½ Strada Classic 1985
350 Coguaro 1989
350 Dart Sport 1988
350 Excalibur 1986
350 k1 1983
350 K2 1984
350 New York Custom 1989
350 X1 Kanguro 1982
350 X2 kanguro 1985
350 X3 Kanguro 1987
350 X4 Kanguro 1989
400 Dart Sport 1990
400k 1983
500 Camel 1981
500 GT 1977
500 Maestro 1978
500 Sport 1978
500 Sport 1980
500 Sport 1981-82
500 Sport 1983-84
500 Turbo 1981
500 Sei-V Sport 1980
500 Sei-V Touring 1981
501 Coguaro 1989
501 Excalibur 1986
501 New York Custom 1989
501 XE Camel 1985
501 X2 Camel 1989
9½ 2005
9½ Sport Excel 2008
Corsaro Special 125  
Corsaro Special 150  
Corsaro 1200 2005
Corsaro 1200 Special Edition 2009
Corsaro Avio 1200 2008

Corsaro Veloce 1200

2007

Corsaro Veloce 1200

2008
MM3 Concept 2004
Granpasso 1200 2008-09
Granpasso 1200 2010-11
Granpasso 1200 2012-13
Granpasso 1200 2014-15
Granpasso 1200R  
Granpasso H83 2009
Granpasso H83  (Travel Kit) 2010
Granpasso H83 2009
Rebello 1200 Giubileo 2012
Rebello 1200 2013
Scrambler 1200 2008
Scrambler 1200 2009
Scrambler 1200 2010
Scrambler 1200 2013
Scrambler 1200 Military Green L.E. 2013
Sport 1200 2008
Sport 1200 2009
V12M01 Supermoto Prototipo 2010

Alfonso Morini, born in 1892, began producing a three wheeled truck in 1937. As many manufacturing plants did during WWII, Morini began producing military equipment. The factory was heavily damaged from Allied bombs but was one of the first factories to be rebuilt after the war ended. Morini died in 1969 and the company was left to Morini's daughter, Gabriella, to operate which she did until the company was taken over by Cagiva. The new owners let the name die a natural death as Cagiva concentrated their efforts on one of their other famous marquees, Ducati.