Marc at NSU dot NL Blog

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Cavalino 1st inventory

The damage to the steering handles and the missing headlamp unit may indicate this bike has been in a collision – we’ll need to make sure the front fork and it’s mounting on the...

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Cavalino picked up

Picked it up at the seller’s home in Germany today. In the next few weeks, a detailed inspection will be done and the hunt for replacement parts for those missing, incorrect or broken will...

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New moped: Cavalino (1959)

While waiting in the office for some jobs to complete I abused the boss’ PC for some private browsing. Doing a quick check on eBay, I noticed a Quickly Cavallino for sale. Start price...

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New motorcycle: Quick 52 (1953)

Early September 2007 the NSU Club Nederland was offered a Quick 52 which was in the early stages of being restored, but then put away for 15 years. The then owner was emigrating to...

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New moped: Ur-Quickly (1954)

I was able to get a very nice early model N, with the silencer on the left and the small (3l) tank. It needs a lot of work before it’s drivable again, but it...

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New moped: Quickly S-23 (1965)

I was able to buy a Quickly I had known for a long time – it was originally bought by my grandfather who owned a NSU dealership. It was used for short trips by...

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Restauration completed

Early 2006 I shipped the bike to someone to have him do the restoration for me. The bike was still in the same state as two years before, and I simply had too many...

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NSU Sportmax @ Ameide

On Saturday July 9th 2005, I visited the family Kostwinder who were racing their NSU Sportmaxes during the Classic Demo Races in Ameide.  They have a special NSU class at this event, and many...