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nsu engine - Instead of a chain or belt or gears this engine had a connecting rod from the crankshaft to turn the cam !

nsu engine - Instead of a chain or belt or gears this engine had a connecting rod from the crankshaft to turn the cam !

1956 NSU Supermax - Classic German Motorcycles - Motorcycle Classics

1956 NSU Supermax - Classic German Motorcycles - Motorcycle Classics

NSU motorcycle If there was ever a piece of classic motorcycling sculpture, this is it. The unfaired NSU Sportmax was not a looker, but add the period ‘dustbin’ fairing and it’s transformed into a thing of beauty. This bike started life as a regular Max bought off eBay, but has been transformed into a replica of the machine that propelled Hermann-Paul Müller to the 250cc world championship in 1955.

NSU motorcycle If there was ever a piece of classic motorcycling sculpture, this is it. The unfaired NSU Sportmax was not a looker, but add the period ‘dustbin’ fairing and it’s transformed into a thing of beauty. This bike started life as a regular Max bought off eBay, but has been transformed into a replica of the machine that propelled Hermann-Paul Müller to the 250cc world championship in 1955.

NSU Bison 2000 - reportedly the largest displacement single cylinder motorcycle ever built by utilizing a cylinder /head/piston assembly from a radial aircraft engine - via Bike EXIF

NSU Bison 2000 - reportedly the largest displacement single cylinder motorcycle ever built by utilizing a cylinder /head/piston assembly from a radial aircraft engine - via Bike EXIF

1960 NSU Motorcycles and Scooters 11'' x 14'' Matted Vintage Ad #6004amot02m

1960 NSU Motorcycles and Scooters 11'' x 14'' Matted Vintage Ad #6004amot02m

NSU stands for Neckarsulm, the West German town where NSU has been established since 1873. ..Shown: NSU Supermax, NSU Prima, NSU Quickly TT-2  Also: The Cynophere – Invented by M. Huret, of Paris, France, and patented in the United States, December 14, 1875. The Cynophere consists of two large wheels, between which is a comfortable seat and rest for the feet. In front is a small guide wheel, the direction being controlled at will by a rod held in the right hand...

NSU stands for Neckarsulm, the West German town where NSU has been established since 1873. ..Shown: NSU Supermax, NSU Prima, NSU Quickly TT-2 Also: The Cynophere – Invented by M. Huret, of Paris, France, and patented in the United States, December 14, 1875. The Cynophere consists of two large wheels, between which is a comfortable seat and rest for the feet. In front is a small guide wheel, the direction being controlled at will by a rod held in the right hand...

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