The Model 62 used a 4.8 HP version of Cushman's Husky 221cc
single-cylinder side valve motor, paired with a single-speed drive
and centrifugal clutch, which made it very easy to use. This
Sunfast Red 1949 Pacemaker had an original authentic style
restoration - front fender tip, rail bumper, no floormat. It has an
early type tubular seat frame mounted on it. The scooter comes to
us from the estate of Dennis Carpenter and it was assembled by
Charles Cox and painted by Bones Cooper. ALL VEHICLES SOLD
1949 Cushman Motorcycle
Location:Concord, North Carolina
Exterior Color:Sunfast Red
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