1958 Cushman Eagle and Pacemaker


1958 Cushman Eagle and Pacemaker Pictures
The Cushman Eagle's dual exhausts were big-bike cues.
The Cushman Eagle's dual exhausts were big-bike cues.

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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