1947 Mustang Model 2
STK 10285 1947 Mustang Model 2
The Mustang was a lightweight motorcycle built by Gladden Products Corporation in Glendale, California from 1946-1965 as a transition between a scooter and a full-sized motorcycle. British Villers engines were hard to come by after the war, so Gladden purchased the Busy Bee Company, a manufacturer of small engines. In 1947, they introduced the Mustang Model 2 utilizing the new Busy Bee 320cc side-valve single cylinder engine and a 3-speed Burman transmission (made in England). This 1947 Mustang Model 2 has been fully restored and runs well. The consignor does not have a title for this scooter, but we will get it titled for you. ALL ITEMS SOLD "AS-IS".
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