Mechanic corner. Ref 1 MC Museum Surahammar Mopeds. Part 2
Text and pictures Björn Bellander
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Moped engines

 

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Monark ILO Piano. Ref. 1
Monark ILO G50 Piano
Kuchen jun Ingolstad 38S. Ref. 1
Kuchen jun typ 38S Ingolstadt
Komet. Ref. 1
Komet
HMW 1960. Ref. 1
HMW 1960
ILO Typ H48 1960. Ref. 1
ILO Typ H48 1960
Huskvarna 50 cc tvåväxlad. Ref. 1
Huskvarna 50 cc tvåväxlad
Dream 0.5 hk 1960. Ref. 1
Dream 0.5 hk 1960
Dream 0.5 hk 1960. Ref. 1
Dream 0,5 hk 1960
JTB. Ref. 1
JTB
Rabineick. Ref. 1
Rabineick
NV Typ B 40 cc. Ref. 1
NV Typ B 40 cc
Ragne Jr. Ref. 1
Ragne Junior 183 cc 1932 Borlänge
BTC Ref. 1
BFC
Falken Eskilstuna. Ref. 1
Falken Eskilstuna
SAchs 4LKS 50 cc. Ref.1
Sachs 4LKS 50 cc
BFC 0.75 hk Danmark. Ref. 1
BFC 0.75 hk Danmark
DKW RT - BSA 125. Ref. 1
DKW RT - BSA 125
Zûndapp KS 50. Ref. 1
Zündapp KS 50

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Novolette 1952



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Novolette 1952. Ref. 1
On the first of July 1952 Sweden through a new law allow selling of mopeds in Sweden.

The first model from Huskvarna, 3311, was presented as model 1953 and the second number announced the year. 3311 was a simple cycle which was reinforced equipped with help engine and petrol tank.

The engine was produced by RMW (Rex Motoren Werke) gave 0,62 ps. Tires were 26x1.75x1.5. Color was only blue with bone yellow decor.

The Huskvarna mopeds from 1952 had a much simpler design.


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Huskvarna Novolette 1954

Novolette info. REf. 1

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Exploded diagram engine

Novolette

 Huskvarna Novolette. Ref 1
Huskvarna Novolette

On the first of July 1952 through a new law selling of mopeds in Sweden was allowed. The first model from Huskvarna. 3311 was presented as 1953 model and second number in model id will in the future mean year model.

The 3311 was in the whole a reinforced cycle equipped with a help engine and petrol tank. The engine was produced by RMW (Rex Motoren Werk) with 0,62 ps and tires 26x1,75x1,5.

This type of moped was produced between 1953 and 1956.

1954 a new model came with no 3411 and equipped with central frame, engine with 40 cc and 0,8 ps. Two model were sold one with front spring and one without. Color was still only blue.

1955 a new model was announced with spring equipped front fork. Engine had 44 cc. Single free coupling and petrol tank with glass gauge. Later 1955 came model 3521.

Buyer could chose between blue or red with bone yellow decor lines according the moped in museum. (shown moped)

The Sport Novolette  with no 3531 also came this year. It had plain cushion instead of saddle.

1956 the Novolette had 2 geared box for all models. 3611 and 3622. Front fork got spring of bottom link type. All had front cover.

The color to chose was only blue and bone yellow decor. 1956 was the last year for Novolette and was now buried in advanced for other models from Huskvarna Rifle Factory AB


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Huskvarna Novolette Sport



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Novolette








 

Huskvarna Novolette Sport. Ref. 1
Husqvarna Novolette Sport.

This is model 3521 44 cc 1 geared moped. Even called Novolette Special from 1955.

The first of July 1952 through a new law selling of mopeds in Sweden was allowed. The first model from Husqvarna, 3311 was presented as 1953 model and second number in model id will in the future mean year model.

The 3311 was in the whole a reinforced cycle equipped with a help engine and petrol tank. The engine was produced by RMW (Rex Motoren Werk) with 0,62 ps and tires 26x1,75x1,5.

The color to chose was only blue and bone yellow decor. 1956 was the last year for Novolette and was now buried in advanced for other models from Husqvarna Rifle Factory AB


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Huskvarna Novolette 1956

Motor Novolette. Ref. 1

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Novolette





 

Novolette 1956. Ref. 1
The news for this year was a new gearbox (2 gears). This could be mounted on all models.

Other new was a front fork with bottom link type spring of rubber.

The main model was 3611 and called 3622 when the new gearbox was mounted. When adding a F there were also front protections.

The Sport Novolette 3531 changed now to 3632 with the new gearbox. Complete new was also a transport moped 3642 with strong carriers both from and rear.

This year 1956 was the last year for Novolette 1956, which now was buried in advantage for other mopeds from Huskvarna.


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Svalan Svalette
1953

 

Svalan Info. Ref. 1

Svalan mc på Nostalgia i Grängesberg. Ref. 1

 

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Svalan Story

 

Svalan Svalette 1953. Ref. 1
Svalan Svalette
 
Svalan is a Swedish mark. It has been popular as a collection object. The Svalan factory produced these classical mopeds.

Svalan Cycle factory was formed in Eskilstuna 1944 by John Eriksson. He  had earned much money in bicycle selling and with this money he started Svalan. His activity was 25 years 1949.

Svalan also sold motorcycles of their own. These were only mounted in Eskilstuna factory.

The moped in the picture is from 1953. Their first moped came 1952. It was equipped with a JB engine during the years 1953 and 1954.

Then Svalan used Fuchs , HMW and Huskvarna. The picture moped is chain driven but originally it was belt equipped. May be rebuilt some time.

The last Svalan model no 19 came 1963 and had a Sachs engine. The pictured moped is descended from Germany and Radexi.


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Apollo 8051 1962

Apolla 1962. Ref. 1

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Apollo test


 

Apollo 1962. Ref. 1
Apollo 1962
Quick in acceleration and strong. Equipped with 1 ps Sachs engine (50 cc), had also kick start.

Rear spring was good which required no maintenance because of rubber elements.

Front spring was bottom ling with rubber. Brakes was full hub which gave good brakes. Wheels were painter, just as the petrol tank.

A good carrier in rear and also a roomy box for tools. Rear light was brake and tail light.

Normally tires with white side. The moped was delivered grey white/Madonna blue painted.

Apollo was called the moped of the youth and got also the nickname World Champion Moped.

Prize Skr 1.145:-


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Monark "Stockholmare" 1962

Info Monark. Ref. 1 



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Monark. Ref. 1
The Huskvarna "Flinta motor" mounted.  

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Monark M35
Monarped

 

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Monark M35 med Ilo motor. Ref. 1
Monark M35 1954 - 
Engine ILO
The ID:s M36, M50, M55 were also available.
Rex Pilot engine could also be mounted.

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Maraton 1958

Maraton. Detalj av motor. Ref. 1


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Maraton

Maraton mopeds

J. Benson



 

Maraton. 1958. Ref. 1
Maraton 1958
Engine
ILO, or Fm Pilot.
This was a copy of Monark M35.

It was produced and sold by J Benson in Malmo. Reseller was also found in Eskilstuna.

The moped was single geared, but could be sold wit 2 or 3 gears. Mote the front fork with it's telescope system.

The company J. Benson is still living 2014 in  Fagelback street in Malmo.

From the middle of 1950 AB J Benson mounted their moped in the basement Crown Prince quarter in Malmo. 1979-80 everything was moved to Eskilstuna, but their office worked both in Eskilstuna and Malmo.

When the old engine factory was pulled down in the central of Eskilstuna 1982 al production was moved to Torshalla. MCB bought Maraton 1984, but obviously they had cooperation already before.


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Yamaha Chappy

Yamaha Chappy info. Ref. 1


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Chappy






 

Chappy LB80. Ref. 1
Yamaha Chappy 1978

The Chappy model from Yamaha was introduced when Honda announced their trial mopeds.

They were produced from 1970 till 1980. The most common models were LB50 and LB80.

LB50 had pedals mounted in the swing arm. LB80 was delivered without pedals but automatic coupling.

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Monark Compact

Info Monark Compact. Ref. 1
 

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Monark Compact






 

Monark Compact. Ref. 1
Monark Compact 1967

This moped is equipped with a 2 geared Huskvarna "Flinta" engine. The frame is very alike Mustang Mamba, or Mamba copied the Compact.

Compact hand 2-geared Huskvarna with kick start. This was a compact moped for driving in city traffic. Petrol tank and air screw.
 

Front fork with telescope spring system. Rear had a swing fork as well as cushions. Rear light with blank metal and side reflexes without brake light.

No speed indication. Chromed frame and engine protections under the rear carrier. Tire 20" rims.

Tool holder was painted metal.
Extra options: Wind protection and and speed indicator. Paint: Metallic blue.Lack: Metallblå

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Victoria Dianette


Detalj av motor. Ref. 1



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Rydaholms museum




 

Victoreia Daniette. Ref. 1
Victoria Dianette

Victoria was a company in Nürnberg. They produced motorcycles with engines from factories like FN and Minerva.

The production continued from 1901 till about 1966, when merging were done and the mark ceased.

The golden time was between 1920 and 1939.

After WWII Victoria started to produce mopeds and engines for these. The small engines were very popular and easy to trim. Among all the shown produced models was this Dianette.

One type was made for record breaking. See Rydaholms museum


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Kreidler
 

Kreidler motor. Ref. 1

ID Kreidler. Ref. 1
 

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Kreidler


 

Kreidler. Ref. 1
Kreidler Florette RS
Motor Kreidler 50 cc 1 hk.

Kreidler was a German manufacturer making small motorcycles and mopeds.

The production facilities were built nearby Stuttgart. Kreidler was founded 1903 with the name Kreidler Metall- und Drahtwerke by Anton Kreidler.

He started to produce motorcycles 1951. 1959 1/3 of all motorcycles in Germany came from Kreidler.

1970 the firm had grat success in motorsport. Kriedler had two Dutch drivers  Jan de Vries and Henk van Kessel. They were extremely successful.

1982 the production ceased and the mark Kreidler was sold to Garelli Motorcycles in Italy. Garelli mopeds with the name Kreidler was sold up to 1988. The name Kreidler is later sold to cycle producer Prophete.

 


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Ducati


 

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Ducati models


 

Gilera. Ref. 1
Ducati 55

The only moped with 4-stroke overhead valve enegin. 48 cc 0,8 ps. This engine can be running without oil addition.

The way to call DUCATI 55/e moped as a sensation is no overstatement. It is something extra about power, elegance and reliability and thanks to the four stroke engine it has a silent and nice running and also at the lowest speed giving full power.

Through full change of air and petrol mix Ducati has much better combustion and no losses. Keeping the moped free from excess of mixed petrol-oil. Furthermore the exhaust is both dry and smoke free.

The very common spark plug problem as on a 2 stroke engine don't happen with this engine.  DUCATI 55/e has better lubrication system and less oil consumption. The engine parts have longer lifetime because all parts are working in oil bath.

The DUCATI 55/e frame has thicker frame plate and better reinforcements. All movable parts in front and rear forks have greasing points for pressure greasing.

The front fork has a combination of inverted telescope bottom link system. This give a better balance and lighter steering. Long adjustable springs can give exact elasticity.

Rear chain and wheel have inbuilt damper. This brings the belt softness together with the chain security.


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Svalan

Info Svalan. Ref. 1





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Svalan

 

Svalan. Ref. 1
Svalan
 
Svalan is a Swedish mark. It has been popular as a collection object. The Svalan factory produced these classical mopeds.

Svalan Cycle factory was formed in Eskilstuna 1944 by John Eriksson. He  had earned much money in bicycle selling and with this money he started Svalan. His activity was 25 years 1949.

Svalan also sold motorcycles of their own. These were only mounted in Eskilstuna factory.

The moped in the picture is from 1953. Their first moped came 1952. It was equipped with a JB engine during the years 1953 and 1954.

Then Svalan used Fuchs , HMW and Huskvarna. The picture moped is chain driven but originally it was belt equipped. May be rebuilt some time.

The last Svalan model no 19 came 1963 and had a Sachs engine. The pictured moped is descended from Germany and Radexi.


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Rex Vicoped

Info Rex Vicoped. Ref. 1

 

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Bjorkenas museum

 

 

 





 

Rex Vicoped. Ref. 1

REX VICOPED


Article from Technique paper.
 

The moped factory with a long tradition has without hesitation made a very beautiful and  sable moped. In this a Victoria engine is mounted.
 

Engine: 38 cc two stroke air cold Victoria, cylinder diameter 35 mm, strike 40 mm 0,8 ps at 4000 rpm.

Removable cylinder head of aluminum.

Noris magnet given 3 W.

Victoria special carburettor without float.

Drive: Chain, two gears and free wheel.

 

Front fork and forged cone and reinforced bars. Tear luggage together with the frame. Tool cassette.

Price in Sweden SKr. 770:-

 


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NV Autoped


Info NV Autoped. Ref. 1

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NV Autoped. Ref. 1
1953 Autoped NV5

Engine: 31cc air cold, 0,8 ps at 4000 rpm. Cylinder diameter 35mm. Stroke 32mm. Stenholm magnet. Engine mounted in rubber mounts.
 
Reduction gear with chain drive together with the engine. Chain drive on the rear wheel. Caburettor handling with a roller, combined with compression control.
No coupling. Two handles for the engine, choke and disconnection of engine. No dampers. Tank 2,2 l.
Torpedo hub. Swing saddle. 26" wheels. Super balloon tires. Weight 32kg.
Painting: Frame - Middle red & Grey. Rims Grey & crème. Frame also Grey & crème. crème.

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Apollo 1956

Info Apollo 1956. Ref. 1

 

 

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Apollo 1956. Ref. 1
 
Apollo
was a moped produced by M. Berlin & Co in Värnamo. The company was established 1934 and was one of the many companies which after the moped law 1952 started to produce mopeds. This company was bought 1956 by NV.

The mark Apollo continued to live in NV company but soon it became only a badge for the product from NV. Just 4 years later, 1960 NV was bought by Monark and old marked were faced out.

Quick in acceleration and strong. Equipped with 1 ps Sachs engine (50 cc), had also kick start.
Rear spring was good which required no maintenance because of rubber elements.

Front spring was bottom link with rubber. Brakes was full hub which gave good brakes. Wheels were painter, just as the petrol tank.

A good carrier in rear and also a roomy box for tools. Rear light was brake and tail light.

Normally tires with white side. The moped was delivered grey white/Madonna blue painted.

Apollo was called the moped of the youth and got also the nickname World Champion Moped.

Prize Skr 1.145:-


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Mobylette

Info Mobylette. Ref. 1

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Mobylette

Hjorthed

 

Mobylette AV 31. Ref. 1
Model AV31 from 1952.
France

Mobylette delivered first time 1949. It could be bought in several variations and showed to be the best success of the factory. During 20 years 14 million mopeds were produced and all were sold.

The demand was reduced in the end of 1960, when cars started to be an economical possibility for everyone. The early model AV31 had an exhaust pipe which ended on the engine side.

There was a small petrol tank. The frame was copied from Raleigh runabout.


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Wici 1954

Info Wici 1954. Ref. 1

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Moped experten

Wici i Malmo



 

WICI 1954. Ref. 1
Wici luxury moped was produced at Heimburgs in Malmo.

It had the id no 309 F stamped on the frame but was not equipped with long saddle chromed tank and double exhaust pipes and rims. Not much luxury in this. Gearbox 2 gears ILO engine with pedals.

The shown moped is one so called "decal trimmed" type Monark La Strada.

Monark merged with Cycleurope Sweden AB and ceased their moped department 1992. An paper for this are not spared. May be Norsjo mechanics have some papers left.

Text from Classic Motors questions on internet.


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Roulette


 

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Roulette Lyx
 

Roulette. Ref. 1
Husqvarna Roulette Lyx 1960

Model 3811 was one in the Roulette family. There were three models. Standard, Poular and Lyx, between 1957-1959. They had a one geared Huskvarna engine.

Text from paper Technics for All. Ref 48. See link.
Roulette LYX the most exclusive moped with a youth full accent.

Roulette Lyx is the elegant moped in the Roulette series is the "elegant" moped in the roulette series from Huskvarna. It gives the owner a real feeling of luxury in the owners driving and possessing.
Roulette Lyx has rear springs of telescope type, inbuilt headlight and speedometer.

Other details which furthermore strengthen the luxury impression is the elegant coloring, black/sun yellow, white tires and chromed rims.

Roulette Lyx could be bought both with 2 and 3 gearbox.


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Huskvarna mopedscooter

Info Huskvarna mopedscooter. Ref. 1

Monarped scooter. Ref. 1

Info Monarped scooter. Ref. 1

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Huskvarna moped scooter. Ref. 1
Huskvarna mopedscooter.

Corona was the answer from Huskvarna to the interest of scooter types which swept over Sweden in the end of 1950.

The Corona was equipped with freewheel. This was good for a scooter engine.

The shown is bought on a Blocket ad 2006. The moped was complete but stored in boxes. When renovated some part are changed to better ones, but in the whole it is the same moped, which was delivered to the first owner in Bjärnum Skåna.

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Huskvarna "Svartkvarna"


Info "Svartkvarna". Ref. 1


 

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Huskvarna
 

Huskvarna "Svartkvarna". Ref. 1
Blackkvarna modell 118 cc tvärspolad 3 växlad, 1949.

Blackqvarna model 118 cc 3 gears, 1949. This mc was delivered to Husqvarna store in Norrköping 15/3 1949.
Husqvarna which was busy producing rifles and pistols had to quickly change production to mass production of small motorcycles.

The market wanted cheap transport vehicles. During 1946 to 1949 30000 of the model Blackqvarna was produced.


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Huskvarna "Rodkvarna"

Info "Rödkvarna". Ref. 1

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Huskvarna







 

"Rödkvarna" Ref. 1
 
Redkvarna 118 cc, vändspolad 3 växlad. Tillverkades från 1950.

Redqvarna 118 cc Lyx, 3 gears. Produced 3/3 1950, delivered 4/4 1950 to Husqvarna factory stock and then to Essunga Gothenburg.

With lyx meant chromed tank for extra cost 50 Skr.

It is told by Huskvarna about one owner. Mr Fogel in Vårgårda. After 5 months it was bought by a carpenter Mr Fridolf Fly in Alingsås. This refer to a mc at Huskvarna museum

He used it in his work around the year. The box contained all his tools. It was used up to 1965 when he changed to a moped.


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NV 125

 

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NV 125. Ref. 1
Soon after Huskvarna 118 cc of course one came with stronger engine. Now with 125 cc.

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NV 128 cc 1950
 

Info NV 128 cc. Ref. 1

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NV 128 cc. Ref. 1
.. another variant with 128 cc JB engines. The producers took what an engine they could buy from the engine producers.

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Monark 150

Info NV 150 cc. Ref. 1

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NV150 1950. Ref. 1
Monark 150 tried to follow the leader Huskvarna. This model with 150 cc engine. Note the placement of the spark plug. This is a CZ engine.

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James 1946

Info James 125 cc 1946. Ref. 1

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James history 1

James history 2
 

James 1946. Ref. 1
Manufacturing of James motorcycles started 1897 and the production continued till 1966. This time as many other producers of motorcycles had large difficulties to meet the concurrence from Japan. The company AMC which had been merged by all English important producers. This company had demands of yearly investments to keep their product modern to meet the Japan products. This was not succeeded and AMC went bankruptcy.

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Ragne 98 cc

Info Ragne 98 cc. Ref. 1

Motor till Ragne Jr. Ref. 1

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Ragne 98 cc. Ref. 1
Ragne Jr.

There was a small mechanical firm in Enköping Sweden which worked with scales and other things for the food industry.

There were the two brothers Gustav and August Karlsson. They needed a complement for their production and as motorcycles were popular they choose that.

Through cooperation with a machine shop they got an engine made by Ludwig Widesson in Stockholm. They produced other details themselves.

Sales should be done through a local bike seller in Enköping, Ragnar Carlsson. Ragnar Carlsson, the bike seller, also produced the same cycle but with another engine. It was called Ragne.

He moved 1934 to Borlänge and changed name to Ragnegård. Here he produced a 98 cc cycle which got the name Range Jr.
 

 

 


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Cyclemaster

Info Cycle master32 cc. Ref. 1

Cyclemaster motor. Ref. 1

Cyclemaster Tysk tillverkning av Rabeneick. Ref 1

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Cyclemaster med Engelsk motor. Ref. 1
 
Read a comlpete story about Cyclemaster in my website about Hjortheds mopedmuseum.

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Flandrin 1953-54 Belgien


Info Flandrin. Ref. 1

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Flandrin mopeds



 

Flandrin Belgien. Ref. 1
Flandrin is a moped with a frame just alike Ducati. The moped is also called Flandria. There is much little info about this type.

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Mopedworks
 

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Lien lokal moped verkstad. Ref. 1
A nice little room is arranged in order to demonstrate the small work shops for mopeds. Usually located in the basement of a living house.

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Early childern toy



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Trampbil. Ref. 1
Pedel car for children.

Trampbil. Ref. 1

Pedel car for children.


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Cycles 1890-1930



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Modell av Dressin. Ref. 1

Förkrigscykel. Ref. 1
Cycles from the 40 th.

Höghjuling. Ref. 1
High wheeler.

Dressin modell. Ref. 1

See info.


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Mustang

Detalj av Mustang. Ref. 1

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Mustang mopeds 1

Mustang mopeds 2






 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Mustang. Ref. 1
The Cycle factory of Trelleborg worked in a laid down factory since 1994. It was founded 1923 by Carl Liljeberg.

From the beginning the production was done in a small scale by cycles of the mark TV and sold mostly by the local business in the Trelleborg city.

The small factory also manufactured frames and other things for outside cycle firms. 1940 the firm was started again into an stock company and in the same time it was increased.

1947 they started to use the well known name Mustang. Cycles of the mark Royal was also produced and delivered to small cycle firms.

The last mark was used later for imported cycles.

 

During the years of 1952-84 mopeds were also manufactured and it was given the name Mustang.

Example for different models of Mustang was Mamba, Cross and Cobra. The cobra was sold in three different taking out, Cobra  1000, 20000, and 5000.

Mustang moped models used engines from Zündapp. 1989 the factory was bought by Smith & Co (SCO) and laid down 1994.

The Mamba was produced between 1968-1983 and was very popular during 1970.

The moped had 2 or 3 geared Zündapp engine with 1 ps.

Mustang Mamba was sold both with  and without the lower engine fastening. The tank had screwed tank lock, all depending of year model.
Text from Wikipedia.


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Garelli



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Garelli mc
 

Garelli. Ref. 1
After the war when Kreidler had economical troubles, mostly because of that their models didn't followed the rules about effect. The company was merged  by Garelli in Italy.

Read more about Kreidler.


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Huskvarna Guldpil



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Silverpilen Guldpilen





 

Guldpil. Ref. 1
The model Golden Arrow 1959. This model came first 1955. Engine: 200 cc, special Huskvarna type of 2 stroke system, 9,5 ps 6000 rpm.

Aluminum cylinder with hard chromed  cylinder mounted. Removable cylinder top in aluminum. Crank shaft carrying in double oil lubricated bearings.

Connecting rod also in bearings. Petrol tank TT-type 6 liters, model 282 7 liters Bensintank TT-typ 6 liters, mod 282 7 liters. Top speed about 100 km/h.

Front spring bottom rubber system. Rotating magnet. Frame in molybdenum pipes. Foot activated 3 geared gearbox.

Cycle behind is is the previous Silver Arrow. The same cycle but not so much lightened. The Golden Arrow just as Monark Blue Stinget with 12.5 ps were stopped because a agreement with authorities.


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