Marc at NSU dot NL Blog

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Parts stuck together

When talking on the phone we discussed doing a full restoration of the bike, but after the inventory we decided that, at first, we would simple clean the parts, rebuild the bike, and drive...

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New moped: Quickly T (1965)

It’s getting crowded in my shed: the club magazine of the NSU Club Nederland had a classified for a 1960 Quickly T – in parts, but complete. The rear shock absorbers were broken, but...

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8th NSU Two wheeler day Rockanje

During a 50 Years NSU Quickly-anniversary meet in Rockanje (NL) on Saturday, July 26th, I was able to get the original leg shields I was looking for, almost complete. A quick order at Motzke...

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Start of rebuild

In november 2002, the dutch Quickly L moved to my father, as I have a new one to drive. During 2003, my father spend a lot of time investigation the content of the boxes...

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New motorcycle: Spezialmax (1955)

My father bought a 1955 NSU Spezialmax. It was imported by Van Oorschot on November 14th, 1955, and was sold by the dutch dealer Van Exel in Rotterdam on April 14th. 1956.  At that...

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New moped: Quickly N (1960)

While bidding on eBay on a very nice fully restored 1958 Quickly L, I noticed the same seller had this unrestored 1960 Quickly N for sale, as well. My wife liked the idea of...

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New moped: Quickly L (1958)

Being too busy as the secretary of the NSU Club Nederland, I had no time to get my first, dutch-built Quickly L into the state I wanted. Then I spotted a very nicely rebuilt...

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As good as new

On April 1st,  we made recordings for an item as Club Of The Week for a Dutch car TV show called “Zo Goed Als Nieuw” (as good as new).  Recordings were made in the...

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NSU Sportprinz (1965)

The car had been listed two issues in a row in the club magazine of NSU Club Nederland. I did not notice the classified until the second issue, even though there was a photo...

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New moped: Dutch Quickly L (1961)

I bought this Dutch 1962 Quickly L at on Online Auction (http://www.ricardo.nl/). It was a last minute decision, as I had no intention at all to get a NSU two-wheeler.  Most likely the problems...