CUSHMAN Page 2

 

I grabbed these photos where ever I could find them
therefore I don't have info on all of them

 

1948 Model 52 1948 Model 52 1955 Super Eagle 1955 Super Eagle

1944 Model 53 Airborne 1944 Model 53 Airborne 1950 model 61 Highlander 1950 model 61 Highlander

 1949 Model 765 Series 1 Eagle 1949 Model 765 Series 1 Eagle

Cushman assembly line

Cushman assembly line

 

1937 Autoglide 1945 Aglide crcush02.gif (108454 bytes) crcush01.gif (122996 bytes)

ebayc1.jpg (33921 bytes) ebayc2.jpg (39518 bytes) ebayc3.jpg (24879 bytes) ebayc.jpg (33289 bytes)

eagle001.jpg (50301 bytes)

1958 Cushman Vanguard conversion

by Dave Shaw

 

cush45.jpg (35109 bytes) cush46.jpg (23837 bytes)

Road King

 

1958 Highlander 1958 Highlander 1958 Highlander 1958 Highlander 1958 Highlander

cush4.jpg (294126 bytes) cush5.jpg (455892 bytes) cush6.jpg (198429 bytes) 

cush14.jpg (192731 bytes) cush12.jpg (46008 bytes) cush13.jpg (39403 bytes)  cush15.jpg (229990 bytes)

 

cush_139.jpg (182348 bytes) cush_140.jpg (242132 bytes) cush_141.jpg (224810 bytes)

Cushman Trackster

 

cush_056.JPG (153720 bytes) cush_057.JPG (140540 bytes)

Eagles at Davenport 2011

 

cush_083.jpg (198858 bytes)

Americruise

cush_084.jpg (144289 bytes)

Minister 1949

cush_085.jpg (92593 bytes)

1958 scooter trip

cush_086.jpg (105977 bytes)

Scooter trip back

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 cush_132.jpg (252889 bytes)

Silver Eagle

 cush_133.jpg (211042 bytes)

Cushman

Scooter Girl

19-31-46

cush_134.jpg (141773 bytes) 

Civilian Airborne

 cush_135.jpg (81072 bytes)

1964 Truckster

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cush_128.jpg (374170 bytes)

1951 Jack Pine

cush_129.jpg (304846 bytes)

1948

Hoosier Hotshots

cush_130.jpg (279302 bytes)

1952 Transport

cush_131.jpg (497310 bytes)

Moolah

Shrine Patrol

Cushman Chatter

 

cush_159.jpeg (224609 bytes)

cush_160.jpeg (195332 bytes)

cush_161.jpeg (181437 bytes)

cush_162.jpeg (165402 bytes)

Accessories

cush_163.jpeg (184357 bytes)

Silver Eagle engine

cush_164.jpeg (164705 bytes)

Yungbluth 

Micro Midget

cush_165.jpeg (165336 bytes)

Micro Midget 

with wing

cush_166.jpeg (148034 bytes)

Water-cooled 

32 HP cam-drive 

Cushman engine 

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Cushman powered Micro Midget racer, on display at Carpenter's Museum.
Built and raced by Bob Jungbluth, now of Hemet, CA.  The water-cooled,
cam drive engine dyno'd 32 HP at 6000 rpm.  Bob cast his own aluminum
heads, cam drive covers, aluminum finned base plates, and aluminum
finned valve covers.  He had two sets of external points mounted on the
cam drive cover, so he could switch to the advanced set at high RPM.
This was a very competitive car in it's day.  Many Micros used
air-cooled, or water-cooled Cushman engines since they were plentiful
and cheap

 

My visit to Carpenter's Museum

 

by Dick DeBuse