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Härnösands Museum
MC, Mopeder
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The drawing for the coming Cyclemaster was war indemnity and was sent to England 1949. It was the company EMI who became the reciever. Now it became serious and a cycle help engine was constructed. The direct translation from german was Radmeister to Cyclemaster. It was sold in England with the name Magic Wheel.
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When taking about Mobylette it is easy to shorten it to Mobby, which is the French name for moped. The producer was Motobecane and it was produced from 1949 to 1997. 14 million left the factory and the moped was most popular during 1970 th, selling 750000 a year.
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The construction of the early model with both pedal and engine drive.
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This is a NV Novolette. Almost all producers in Sweden offered this one with small differences.  Huskvarna started with webb fork. Tjis was modernized gradually. The engine was the chepest. Huskvarna was a large producer of engines. One modell used a belt which was very popular.
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Victoria Dianette. There was a compny inNürnberg which produced motorcycles equipped with engines from FN or Minerva. The production lasted from 1901 to 1966 when mergings took place and the badge ceased. Peak time was 1920 to 1939. After WWII they produced mostly mopeds among them the one in Sweden very popular "Vicky".
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Fuchs Austria. One of the engineers involved in Victoria moved home to Austria and started up production of his own copy named Fuchs.
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NSU Quickly 1957. This moped type was produced by NSU Motoren Werke 1953 till 1963. Over one million were produced. The construction type was their own with pressed plates. The models offered were two or three with geared boxes. Engine was started with the pedals and could give help power to rear wheel.
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Mustang 1955. The Cycle factory of Trelleborg worked in a laid down factory since 1994. It was founded 1923 by Carl Liljeberg. During the years of 1952-84 mopeds were also manufactured and it was given the name Mustang. These mopeds were equipped with engines fram Zündapp. 1989 the factory was bought by Danish cycle company SMITH & Co and was laid down 1994.
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Fram 61 1958 "Elephant baby". Bernhard Öberg & Co was established 1897 and started with bicycles named Fram produced next door to Nymanbolagen. The name Fram was probably taken from Fridtjof Nansen's ship with the same name. 1986 Crescent took over Fram-King and very rare used the name King. The badge has gone into history.
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Crescent 2000 1957. Sold with 2 or 3 gearbox. They were added with the slogan "It is power in this moped". But instead it was lawfull and dull.
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Crescent 1148 1959
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Crescent 1259 1974
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 Crescent 1238 1971
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 Monark LaStrade 1959. This model started to sell 1959. Ingemar Ingo Johansson and Lill-Babs could be seen in the adds. The engine was an Ilo Piano and the cycle equipped with a long sofa.
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 Crescent 2000 1962 as a scooter.
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 Crescent 1279 1970
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 Crescent 1174 1966
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 Crescent E-type 1972
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 Rex Comet 1971
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 Zündapp KS50

Motorcycles 

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Honda MB-50 1983
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Monark 80 TS 1968. A motorcycle which could reach 90 km/tim.
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Puch
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Puch
Motorcykeln on picture is a 125 cc double piston. All mc production ceased 1987 and up to 1991 only mopeds and scooters were produced.
Harnosand museum. Ref. 1 Typhoon Campus 1947-1950 1951-1954. This motorcycle was produced when Bert Gutenberg ordered to develop a new type of engine. This job was laid to the most well known engine constructor in Sweden Folke Mannerstedt. The new engine was called Campus and was mounted in a motorcycle named Campus. (cont.) Harnosand museum. Ref. 1
The type of engine worked with the two cycle principle. The idea was taken from sleeve valve engines, but instead it had a rotating sleeve which closed the inlet. In this it was not needed to have a cylinder head. The cylinder was casted in one part of aluminum. This engine didn't became a lucky construction and production ceased 1950.

Small cars
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Fulda 
In the shadow of WWII the need for cheap cars was great. The German Norbert Stevenson constructed in the end of 1940 a small simple three wheeled car. It was named Fulda after the village where it was built.
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 King-Fulda 1960
The first prototype was ready 1950. Economical help had come from a Bosch merchant Karl Schmidt. Next prototype used corrugated sheet-iron,1953, and later a more rounded version covered with aluminum. The plastic variant was not on the market until 1957. In Sweden one was allowed to drive these three-wheeled cars with motorcycle driving license. This was the cause why quite many was sold. The first cars came to Sweden 1954-1955. They were license built by Nordwest-Deutscher Fahrzeugbau, NWF. The cars were imported by Sica-Import. NWF went bankruptcy 1955. The Swedish motorcycle producer Fram-King started 1957 to build Fuldamobil on license. Fram-King had engaged one of the engineers from Fulda, Adolf Sandler. He had just developed a chariot by glass fiber for Fulda and suggested the Swedish firm to use that.
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The frame was manufactured by Fram in Uppsala. The chariot in glass fiber was made by a firm Venplast, on the island Ven in Öresund. Unfortunately their production locals was set on fire and it was taken over by Fibre in Roskilde. The Swedish car became a better product than the German. The production of Fram-Fulda continued between 1957-1962. Totally 411 cars were built. Engine: One cylinder two stroke Sachs.
Volume: 198 cm³. Power: 10 ps at 5250 rpm.
Weight: 310 kg. Glass fiber chariot.
Top speed: 80 km/h. Petrol consumption: 0,25 l/min..
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