The Cushman Eagle's dual exhausts were big-bike cues.

1958 Cushman Eagle and Pacemaker Pictures

Cushman scooters, including the Eagle and Pacemaker, were considered "energy savers" and were therefore allowed to be produced for civilians during World War II.

The Eagle had a hand-shifted two-speed transmission.

This Husky engine was dressed up with a chrome cover.

Ads pitched Cushman transportation as economical fun.

The Pacemaker had a convenient step-through design.

The view from the Pacemaker's seat. Could it be any simpler?

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