I originally started featuring the seller’s NSU Quickly, which was built between 1953 and 1963. But it turns out he’s got two other interesting mopeds, so let’s take a look at all 3!
The Quickly is a “N”, the original and simplest version of the model. The N’s motor produced approximately 1.5 horsepower, and it was paired with a two-speed transmission with a twist grip gear selector. This example (VIN: 47204) features a rare optional factory tachometer. The seller says that for being 60 years old, it’s in amazing condition.
Find this Quickly for sale in Pompano Beach, Florida with bidding up to $510 and the reserve not yet met
The seller also has a 1964 Motobecane Mobylette AV44 in “stunning original condition.” It is a runner that comes with a laminated newspaper ad from 1964 as well. Find it with bidding up to $415 and the reserve not yet met
Lastly, the seller has what he claims is the only Monark Cyclemaster M14 in the US. I’ve never heard of this before, but it seems to be a motor that can be installed on a bicycle – and the Germans had their own version called the Rabeneick Cyclemaster. Find it with bidding up to $640 and the reserve not yet met