> About Mobylettes
> it appears there were very very many produced and sold,my nameplate says
> its an AU50 and on tank mobylette and a couple of little stickers it
> says Motocomfort.
Are you sure it doesn't say AV50?
> It has the Moby type engine with varietor,front and
> rear shocks and big sturdy fenders.Its bsby blue and sharp
There have been so many types of mobylettes that the real experts on it
still come across types they haven't seen befor on a yearly basis.
But my first guess would be a "moby club" or something like it. I realy
could use a picture.
> but I have an
> old book written by Mansur Darlington that was published in 1976 its
> called Mobylette Mopeds Owners Workshop Manual it supposedly covers all
> models from 1965 to 1975 but I cannot find one like mine,but it was
> published in England by the JH Haynes company and I suspect the U.S.
> models might differ in some aspects....W
Not only the US models. Almost every country has it's own models and
same models named different and vice versa. For instance the AV42 was
called EEG10 here and looked slightly different (headlight). Furthermore
there have been models produced by motobecane in france and Kaptein in
the Netherlands. Both exported mobylettes to elsewhere.