Cushman motorcycles for sale in Iowa
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Here is a great 1952 Cushman Allstate model 811.30. A little history behind this was actually thrown away in a dumpster at the Duluth MN Airforce base and was brought back to life from a person up there. He had painted it Navy Blue to get it restored. This was used to haul fuel wagons to the airplanes. This is a great little scooter has great compression and the last time it ran was this summer. This has a clear MN Title and would make a great addition to your vintage scooter collection. Any questions please ask. Thank you again for looking.
Cushman : Industral Truckster Cushman Truckster OMC Co. Lincoln Nebraska Electric 36 Volt Parts - Restore 1979
Council Bluffs, Iowa
Engine 2 Horse Power GE Electric Motor
Posted Over 1 Month
Hello ebay shoppers, first time ever listed! Very unusual Cushman Industral Electric Truckster. Seats 4 Runs and Drives. Note This is Not A Titled vehicle or Street Legal. Buyer will get a Bill Of Sale on this item. This is a lot of fun to drive! Top speed about 25 miles and hour. I have lost storage for this item and it has to go! I have arranged with privite hauler at extra advance cost delivery to all 48 states! Buyer may also pickup. This is a special and unusual model. I cant find anything to match-- look like it anywhere of this style. Built by OMC Company of Lincoln, Nebraska in 1979. With this unit you get new recovered interior seat, and Rebuilt 32 volt battery charger-110Volt. Curb weight is 790 lbs with batterys. Key ingitation forward and reverse switching system. Break peddle and accelator pedal. Chassis all origional, some light surface rust on chassis. Some repairs on doors, dents etc. Absolutely all Glass in great condition, no cracks or damage at this time. Doors lift off and have latches. If you collect Cushmans, here is something realy special for you, especially with an acerage, and lots of room to have a great time with this cute unit! Powerfull 2 hp GE motor realy performs on this unit!
Sioux City, Iowa
This Cushman was on display at a local Arby's restaurant for probably 30 years. Looked good then. The photo shows it in white on the pedestal. I purchased it and was ready to start the restoration, but gave the engine a try. After flushing the old oil and refilling the oil and gas, it took only 3 kicks to start it. I found that it was/is a very strong engine, 9 out of 10 times will start on the first kick. Nearly everything from the tires and wheels up are new, and the photos will fully explain the restoration. I have the windshield brackets, but not the windshield. The saddle bags were treated for 90 days at a local sadle shot with some kind of Swedish oil. The scooter has been on display at the Mid-America Museum of Aviation and Transportation from the time I restored it until now. A real museum piece. It runs out very strong and fast. No speedo, so you have to guess at the speed. I really can't think of anything it needs.