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EMMABODA. - Småland.
 Andra towns, villages./ Sveriges landskap. Vykort.   [Original Mopeder.] 
 
 E. J. Carlström: Algutsboda - Emmaboda
    
 
 

 

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 E. J. CARLSTRÖM & SON

ORIGINAL I

VELOCIPEDFABRIK

EMMABODA

 

 

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 E. J. CARLSTRÖM & SON

ORIGINAL II

VELOCIPEDFABRIK

EMMABODA

 

 

 

Utombordsmotor: Lauson

The Lauson Company

Division of Hart-Carter Company

New Holstein, Wisconsin.

Utombordaren har inget med cykelmärket här att gjöra.

 
 

Urmakaren E. J. Carlström, Algutsboda flyttade 1905 till Emmaboda och började tillverka cyklar. En av sönerna var drivande

i "företaget" med att starta cykeltillverkning. Firman var på sin tid den största i cykelbranschen i sydöstra Sverige. 

När moped boomen startade i början av 50-talet var Emmaboda firman med från start, men man tillverkade inga

egna mopeder - NYMANS, Uppsala stod för åkdonen.

 
 
 [Mascot register.]   [Bells & Signals.] 
  MASCOT register.  
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 Hälsning från Emmaboda. [Post Card register.]  
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 70 -
 Bicycle brand has nothing in common with outboard motor.
 
 Lauson - U.S.A. [Guide: Outboard motors & Bosch spark plugs.] 
 

The Lauson Company

Division of Hart-Carter Company

New Holstein, Wisconsin

 

1954-56 S-351; T-651; T-653 N W 145 T 3 0,7

 

 

- 1946

- 1949

- 1951

- 1953

- 1955

 

 

 
 
 
 
 1946 - Lauson Sport King Outboard  
 

 

Model A 410

4 Cycle Air Cooled

2 1/2 H.P.

 

 

 
 
 
 
 
 1949 - Lauson Twin Sport King & Single Sport King.
 
 
 

Outboard Motors.

LAUSON "SPORT KING"

4-Cycle Design.

 

Easy to start as the motor in a ear because It runs on pure gasoline.

Starting and operating controls are so simple that even a child quickly learns to use them.

High tension magneto-automotive-type carburetor plus 4-cycle design-enable the Lauson Sport King to throb into instant action in blazing hot or frigid temperatures.

Uses pure gas for combustion, pure oil for lubrication. Gasoline and oil are not mixed 4-cycle design makes full use of both gas and oil because each gives maximuns performance in its proper place.

Just as the motor in a ear readily adjusts itself to varying speeds, so too does the Sport King operate at peak efficiency whether it's full speed ahead or a gentle glide at trolling speeds.

Advanced air cooling eliminates the need for a water pump.

Both motors have autoniatic rewind starting method, shear pin propeller protection, automotive type float feed carburetor, choke priming

device high tension magneto ignition, pressure oil pump for lubrication and are air cooled.

 

 

 
 
 
 
 
   
Twin Sport King (Twin Cylinder) 6 h.p. Single Sport King (Single Cylinder) 3 h.p.
 
 
 
 1951 - TWIN SPORT KING
 
 

ITS LAUSON SPORTKING

 

The Lauson Company

Division of Hart-Carter Company

New Holstein, Wisconsin
In Canada: Hart Emersson Co., Ltd. Winnipeg.

 
 

its better by far

BECAUSE ITS BUILT

LIKE YOUR car!

 

 
   
 
 
 
 
 
 
 1953 - Lauson 3 h.p.
 
 
 
 
 Single cylinder 3-h-p.
 
 
 
 1955 - LAUSON Air Cooled.
 
 

LAUSON Air Cooled

OUTBOARD

MOTORS

 

BETTER BY FAR...

BUILT LIKE YOUR CAR!

 

 

AIR COOLED... no water jackets or pumps to clog in shallow MUD bottom waters... or corrode in SALT water... or freeze in COLD weather!

NO MIXING OF GAS AND OIL... you use pure gasoline pure oil... both used in proper place to dive you maximum engine efficiency: Just like Your ear!

GREATER ECONOMY... you get top efficiency from both gas and oil. Owners report up to twice the hoars of pleasure per gallon of gas!

SIMPLIFIED OPERATION... 4-cycle design eliminates complicated controls and adjuatments... makes Lauson the family ootboard!

OTHER FEATURES . . . inclucle instantaneous starts, unmatched trolling, smoke-free exhaust, greater engine parts life.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

THREE MODELS:

3H.P. Single

6H.P. Twin

6H.P. Twin with neutral-forword shift

 

 

 

 

for details WRITE

THE LAUSON COMPANY

New Holstein, Wisconsin

Division of Hart Carter Company