The Famel E-XF is the electric reincarnation of the popular XF-17 moped from the 70s, made by electric moped manufacturer Famel from Portugal. The company was founded in 1949 in Mourisca, Portugal. In the 1950s, the company produced mopeds with Pachancho, Victoria, and JLO engines. In 1958, the company registered the trademark Famel. In 1965, the company became an assembly partner for Zündapp, one of the largest moped brands in Germany. In 1970 they released the most emblematic of their XF-17 models, a "replica" Suzuki Stinger powered by Zündapp.
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