1948 - 1964
Aero Caproni was a historic Italian aircraft factory after World War II began producing motorcycles. The Capriolo marque was renamed Aeromere in 1958.
Aero Caproni S.p.a., later Aero Metallurgica Regionale (Aeromere), Trente (1950-1964) an Italian brand that originated in a famous airplane factory. They initially built 73 cc overhead valve engines with plate frames, but later used 123 cc blocks in a tubular frame.
Probably around 1953, there was a separation and half the plant moved to Vizzola. These machines were called the Vizzola Caproni-Vizzola, the engines changed their name to Trento Capriolo.
Aeromere was an Italian aircraft manufacturing firm established at Trento in 1957 to build Aviamilano Super Falco aircraft for the US market, and the Aeromere M-100 sailplane for Italy's gliding clubs. In 1964 it was purchased by the Laverda group.
In 1958 they changed the brand name to Aero Mere. In 1964 the production of motorcycles was sold to Zanetti.
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