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Cushman were originally makers of industrial engines & in 1937 they started building the first Cushman Auto Glide using their Husky engine. During World War II Cushman continued production & also sold scooters to the military for both base operations & the Highlander model specially developed for parachuting into war zones. Several models were marketed by Sears under the Allstate brand, but these are not included on our info list.

We have only included Cushman 'step through' scooters on our info list below, but you can find the likes of the Cushman Eagle which we classify as a small wheeled motorcycle on our sister site - www.caclassicmotorcycles.com

Cushmans are most likely to be found in USA, but its not to say that some haven't found their way to overseas locations, so its worth checking all the Ebay countries now & again. If you do not find what you are looking for through Ebay, we would suggest that you contact one of the many Cushman owners clubs for help & advice. Failing that, please do not hesitate to e.mail us - we may just have the contact you need!!

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1937 Cushman Auto Glide

Engine Size: 222cc

First Produced: 1937

1937 Cushman Auto Glide

A very simply constructed scooter often referred to as 'the milk stool', this model had neither suspension or gearbox. Power came from the Cushmans 222cc Husky engine & was controlled by a twistgrip throttle on the handlebars, whilst the brake was operated by a foot pedal.

1945 Cushman 32 Auto Glide

Engine Size: 244cc

First Produced: 1943

This model which constructed during the years of WWII was part of Cushmans 30 series. It had a 'floating drive', automatic clutch & transmission system. Also available was the Cushman 34 which was the same design but with a 2 speed gearbox & clutch. The engines were uprated from the earlier model to 244cc / 14.88ci.

1944 Cushman Military Airborne Model 53

Engine Size: 244cc

First Produced: 1944

Cushman Military Airborne

One of the Series 50, this Cushman was developed for US military operations with many being dropped by parachute into war zones. This model did not have any kind of suspension to either the front or rear wheels. The Military Airborne is much sought after by collectors & is extremely rare with only 4734 ever being built.

1945 Cushman Civilian Airborne Model 53A

Engine Size: 244cc

First Produced: 1945

1945 Cushman Civilian Airborne

Manufactured after WWII, this model is basically the same as the military version above but with the benefit of suspension & lighting.

1946 Cushman Model 52

Engine Size: 244cc

First Produced: 1946

1946 Cushman Model 52

Cushman made both Model 52 with centrifugal clutch and Model 54 with 2 speed transmission and clutch. The rare Model 54B was made for a very short time and combines parts from both the 50 and 60 series scooters. There was also a tubular frame version. 

1948 Cushman Model 62 / 60 Series

Engine Size: 244cc

First Produced: 1948

1948 Cushman Model 60 Series

Three types of transmission were available, the model 62 had a centrifugal clutch, the model 64 had varimatic belt drive automatic transmission & the model 65 had a two speed gearbox with clutch.

1950 Cushman Highlander Model 65A

Engine Size: 244cc

First Produced: 1949

1950 Cushman Highlander

This version was known as the 'Sport' & was basically the same as the other models in the series 60 range, but without the bodywork covering the frame & engine.

1950 Cushman Highlander Model 711 / 714

Engine: 244cc

First Produced: 1950

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The Model 711 Highlander was introduced  in December 1950 The engine is on shock mounts and the rear fender fastens to the frame rather than the engine. Has a M6 2-3/8 inch engine and a 12 tooth clutch sprocket. Model 714 Highlander introduced in April, 1952 and discontinued in 1953. Has a  engine and a 14 tooth clutch sprocket. Replaced by the model 715 in May, 1953

1953 Cushman Deluxe Highlander Model 715

Engine Size: 244cc

First Produced: 1953

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The Deluxe model replaced the 714 in 1953 and remained in production until 1957

1958 Cushman Highlander 721

Engine Size: 244cc

First Produced: 1958

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Another open frame model, this one was produced from April to August 1958 before being replaced by the 721 model with the rear end closed in by bodywork as shown below.

1958 Cushman Highlander 721

Engine Size: 244cc

First Produced: 1958

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This later model Highlander 721 differed from the previous model only in that used fiberglass bodywork to cover the rear end and the exhaust gases ran through the central tubular section of the frame.

1958 Cushman 722 Road King

Engine Size: 244cc

First Produced: 1958

Commonly called 'The Alligator' because of its body styling, the 722 model came with a centrifugal clutch. There was an identical 725 model that utilized a two speed gearbox & clutch. There was also an open frame 725 model introduced in 1959 which also had the choice of both transmissions.

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