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Old Nov 2, 2005, 11:46 PM   #1
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The ones the kids all wanted in the 50's and 60's.

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I must not have been every kid. I fact I have never seen a complete cushman bike, only picture. I do have a great story about cushman engine. Over 20 years ago this kid ( 9-10 ) want honda 50 motor parts. He had no money, but wanted to trade. I would have given him the parts, to make him feel good. I made the trade for this old rusty motor, nailed to a block of wood. I put that in the barn, 20+ years later and Ebay. I take a look and it's cushman H model. Sold in parts, I mean every part net $1027.00. Not bad for old junk. Oh I still have the spark plug. (LOL). Those old bike's look so cool. I think back and thet were pure hell to ride, compared to todays perduction bikes. I looked at the link you put in for barbers. Boy what a place !
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Sandtowd, There's more bikes there than you can shake a stick at.. LOL Thanks for looking.

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Thanks for posting these Dawg:-):-), I love old bikes like the Nortons and the ones you have posted here, a buddy used to let me take out his 56 panhead ...remember the old suicide shifts? thing of beauty it is with alot of horses between the legs and you knew you were on something powerfull when you jumped on these things unlike the crotch-rocket death bikes today and did you know that Harley Davidson actually made a snow machine in the 70's, my brother owned one and it had the big old number one on the side of the cab and actually sounded like one of their bikes...lol and needed as much attention as well I guess thats why they gave up on the Idea of snow mobiles.... Its been hard to enjoy these great pics cuz being back on dialup but soon to have an 8mb connection for 29 dollars a month....
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I'm glad you're enjoying them Wagaboo!! Hope you get that highspeed soon. Then go back and look at these at your liesure.



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