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1955 Other Make Cushman 711 HIGHLANDER

Stock # K3496, Four-stroke Husky engine M6, automatic centrifugal clutch
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  • Type: Used
  • Model: Cushman 711
  • Exterior: Cushman Red
  • Interior: Black
  • Stock#: K3496
  • VIN #: 073260
  • Engine: Four-stroke Husky engine M6
  • Transmission: automatic centrifugal clutch
This 1955 Cushman 711 Scooter has been completely restored. Since being restored it has NOT been run. GAS has never been put in it, just crankcase oil. The model 711 Highlander was introduced in December 1950 as a refined model 61. 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 and the right grip is the cable activated throttle. Here is a brief history of the Cushman scooters: The Cushman company started in 1903 in Lincoln, Nebraska, by Everett and Clinton Cushman. The company incorporated as Cushman Motor Works in 1913. Cushman began production of their four-stroke Husky engine in 1922. Cushman produced engines for farm equipment, pumps, lawn mowers and boats. Cushman began making Auto-Glide scooters in 1936 as a means to increase the sale of Husky engines during the Great Depression. Cushman scooters were widely used by the US military in World War II and as an alternative to automobiles before and after the war. One famous Cushman was the model 53, a military model from the WWII era. Designed to be dropped by parachute with Army Airborne troops, it became known as the Cushman Airborne. Other models were used on military bases for messenger service. The most successful model of Cushman scooter, the Eagle, was in production approximately 16 years. It resembled a motorcycle with its exposed engine and top tank. Other Cushman models used a step-through design common for scooters. The step-through design and ease of operation made it popular with men and women alike. Some late 50s Cushman's, designated Road King and Pacemaker, had jet-age body styling. Sears sold a version of these models under the Allstate brand. Cushman scooters featured an automatic centrifugal clutch, which allowed the rider to twist the right grip to accelerate. Oddly, the throttle twisted forward during acceleration, opposite the usual pattern in most other motorcycles and scooters. Cushman
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