1954 Cushman Barrel Spring Eagle
The Eagle is the Cushman model that most resembled a motorcycle with its exposed engine and top tank. The Model 765 was produced from 1950-54, and it’s better known as the “Barrel Spring” Eagle. It has a centrifugal clutch and a 2-speed gearbox with welded-on footboards, and the fan-cooled Husky motor generally produced 4 HP, was good for 40 MPH and gave 75 MPG. This Eagle has been restored and offers 7.3 HP. It comes from the estate of Dennis Carpenter, and comes with a Title. ALL VEHICLES SOLD "AS-IS"
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