The Moto Guzzi Triporteurs were wheeled transport motorcycles of the Moto Guzzi brand. In Italy, they were called "Moto Carri". The Moto Guzzi had the advantage that their cargo sat behind the driver. This allowed the cargo to be stacked high without obstructing the view. In addition, the steering was slightly heavier when the machine was loaded. In 1956 the small motocarro Ercolino came with a 192 cc two-stroke engine of Moto Guzzi Galletto scooter. The engine was well adapted. Moreover, it had forced air cooling. The first model had 15-inch drive wheels behind and a 14" front wheel drive. In 1959, smaller 10" wheels were fitted. The Ercolino had a kickstarter, with an optional electric starter. Load capacity was 350 kg, but could be increased to 590 kg.
This example has been restored and presents in excellent condition throughout - it is ready for a Concours lawn or for motoring pleasure.