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Neckarsulm Strickmaschinen Union Motorenwerke AG (NSU Moterenwerke AG), Germany

Overview

NSU originated as the "Mechanische Werkstätte zur Herstellung von Strickmaschinen", a knitting machine manufacturer established in 1873 by Christian Schmidt. By 1892 bicycle manufacturing had completely replaced the knitting machine production, NSU appeared as a brand name. NSU produced its first motorcycle in 1901, followed by its first car in 1905. In 1932 under pressure from Dresdner Bank, NSU recognised the failure of attempting to increase production of cars, they sold the recently built factory in Heilbronn to Fiat. During World War II, NSU produced the NSU HK101 "Kettenkrad" motorcycle/halftrack and NSU 251 OSL motorcycle.

Military Products

The company also made knitting machines and bicycles.

Land Vehicles

Cable Laying

  • kleines Kettenkraftrad für Feldkernkabel
  • kleines Kettenkraftrad für schweres Feldkernkabel

Transport & Towing

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Below is not standardized.

Vehicles

Pre-WWII Vehicles

  • NSU 6/18 PS Doppelphaeton (1913)
  • NSU 6/30 (1928)
  • NSU Max Standard

WWII Vehicles

Post-WWII Cars

  • NSU 1000
  • NSU 1200
  • NSU K70
  • NSU P10
  • NSU Prinz I
  • NSU Prinz II
  • NSU Prinz III
  • NSU Prinz 4
  • NSU Prinz 4L
  • NSU Prinz 30
  • NSU Prinz 1000
  • NSU Ro 80
  • NSU Spider
  • NSU Sport Prinz
  • NSU TT
  • NSU TTS
  • NSU Typ 110

Post-WWII Motorcyles

  • Neckarsulm 1,25hp 1908
  • NSU 3 PS 1911
  • NSU 1913
  • NSU Fox (1952)
  • NSU Lux (1952)
  • NSU Quickly 50 c.c. T/S MOPED (1953)
  • NSU Rennmax G.P. 250 O.H.C. TWIN (1953)
  • NSU Rennfox G.P. 125 O.H.C. TWIN (1954)
  • NSU Rennmax G.P. 250 O.H.C. TWIN (1954)
  • NSU Superlux 250 c.c. T/S SINGLE (1955)
  • NSU Sportmax G.P. 250 O.H.C. SINGLE (1956)
  • Unknown Sidecar
  • NSU 1000
  • NSU 500
  • NSU 2000
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