CUSHMAN Page 3
Need I say more
at the dezer collection in Las Vegas
for sale $30,000
By Bev & Jolly MacLean
Cushman Autoglide 1.5 Horse Power
For information on this scooter email Jerry Perkins Jperk930@aol.com
W. C. Fields on a Auto-Glide
Cushman Package Car
Publicity still from Just For You, 1953
Cushman package car at Calif Cushman Club Anderson CA 2010
1945 Cushman Package Kar at the National Cushman Meet
1955 Truckster, Sold on eBay
1944 Cushman 30 series. Sold on eBay
at Dennis Carpenter's Museum Charlotte, NC 2009
Belgian Cushman trading card from Jacques Superchocolat 1951
by Dick DeBuse
1945 Package Kar sold at Barret Jackson auction $10,500
Thanks to Don Dickey
1944 Airborne with Military Trailer
Model 53A Airborne
Ron Dows Gold Eagle
For the man who has everything
Sold at Mecum Auction in Las Vegas, January 2015
Here is a 1965 Cushman Silver Eagle Std. with 305 miles. I'm the second owner since new. Original owners who where local farmers in this area bought it for there son. After riding it the parents found out the Sons allergies got even worse. They simply parked it in the hay meow and left it there till I came along. The owner bought it from his brother who owned the Cushman dealership in our town. The last words spoken to me from the owner was how much he loved that scooter. What I failed to tell him was then why did you leave a scooter you loved so much in the barn. All in all it looks worse than it really is. Dave Bagne Hutchinson, Minn.
A nice 1948 Cushman model 52
Here's a before and after shot of my 1954 Cushman Eagle,
Purchased a couple of years ago in pretty bad shape.
Needed a lot of welding and a complete engine and frame re-build.
All work by myself other than chrome and upholstery.
Restored by George Stratton
1952 Road king W/Sidecar
1952 Model 765 Eagle
1954 Eagle with sidecar
1963 Silver Eagle
1950 Model 710 Series 61 Highlander
The first picture is my 1947 Cushman model 52. Because it is a late '47, it has the barrel springs. The engine is a 4hp two-piece block Husky. Behind it, it you see my 1963 Cushman Super Silver Eagle. It is Unrestored and very close to original. The engine is the aluminum OMC 9hp. The yellow and charcoal 1961 Cushman Highlander has a 5hp Husky. The red scooter with the wind splitter on the fork is an Allstate DeLuxe model 811.40 with a 4hp Husky. Cushman built this model which was sold by Sears and was never called a Cushman. As far as I know, Cushman was the only American company that ever built Allstate scooters. All other Allstates were from Europe. I call my Allstate a 1953, but it was built from a '53 and a '54 combined. I have 12 scooters, but only seven are Cushman's. The rest are Japanese or Italian.
Howard Murrill (CCOA 4333) Lenoir City, Tennessee