NSU motorcycle books includes the history of NSU plus handbooks on the NSU Quickly motorcycle
NSU Motorenwerke AG was a German manufacturer of cars and motorcycles, which was founded in 1873. NSU began as a knitting machine manufacturer and in the early years of the 20th century NSU motorcycles were developed.
The Kettenkrad - Type HK-101 by Friedhelm Abel (1991) offers numerous photographs and detailed text concerning one of the more unique German vehicles to be developed. In 1940 NSU in Neckarsulm was commissioned to construct a 0.5 ton tractor for use not yet able to deviate from the principle of a steerable front axle, it was - like its larger brothers - a half-track vehicle, but one with a motorcycle fork which performed the steering function on roads.
The Book Of The NSU Quickly, All Models by R H Warring (1962)
NSU: Quickly S / Quickly S2 (Date unknown)
Here Is The NSU Quickly (c.1950) Six page illustrated colour brochure on the Quickly line of motorbikes. Shows standard models and features.