The Cushman Eagle was by far the most desirable scooter in the U.S.
in the 1950s. It was designed to mimic the design hallmarks of the
big American motorcycles of the day built by Harley-Davidson and
Indian. This example is finished in pearlescent silver and is
powered by a 21ci single-cylinder engine mated to a 2-speed manual
transmission. The Cushman Eagle is almost certainly the company's
most famous model, largely thanks to its memorable design and the
desirability it enjoyed among the country's teenagers (and many
adults). From the Larry Winkler Collection.
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