Cousins Everett and Clinton Cushman began building engines in 1901. Early power-plants were branded the Husky. Over the years these engines powered lawn mowers, race boats, plows, pumps and more.
Eager for two-wheeled mobility, you looked for good used machines and learned basic mechanics while you rode and repaired. Some lucky people could afford a new scooter, maybe even a Cushman Eagle! Cousins Everett and Clinton Cushman began building engines in 1901. Early power-plants were branded “Husky.”
Cousins Everett and Clinton Cushman started building small engines for farm equipment in 1901. Their project grew into Omaha’s Cushman Motor Works, which produced motors for everything from cream separators and concrete mixers to water pumps and wood saws.
Motorcycles Remembering the 1950 Cushman Eagle By Benjamin Smith Posted on April 12, 2022 Updated on April 11, 2022 The Cushman Company has survived in motorcycle production for many decades. Everett and Clinton Cushman formed it in 1903 in Lincoln, Nebraska.
Clinton Cushman – Golf Cart Tips Tag: Clinton Cushman A History of the Cushman Motor Works Everett and Clinton Cushman and several members of their large family of farmers and machinists moved from Wisconsin to Lincoln, Nebraska in the late 1890s. Clinton attended the University of... Continue Reading
Cousins Everett and Clinton Cushman began making Husky-brand proprietary engines in Omaha, Nebraska, around 1902, though both quit the company within 20 years. The Cushman company was then acquired by Charles Ammon of the Easy Manufacturing company, moving the headquarters to Lincoln.
The Cushman scooter 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.
Founded by Everett and Clinton Cushman in 1903 All Units Build at Lincoln Nebraska Plant Used for Military Service Members During WWII VA Title / Owner Had Since 1994 Restored by James Holt of Chesapeake, VA 3 Wheeler Cushman Complete Full Restoration with Less Than 10 Miles on Build Incorporated as Cushman Motor Works in 1913
UNL planning mixed-use development with senior housing on former Cushman site Chris Dunker Sep 28, 2021 Updated Aug 24, 2022 1 1 of 4 An architect’s rendering shows Unity Commons, a planned...
Cushman scooter company started in 1903 in Lincoln, Nebraska by Everett and Clinton Cushman. It incorporated 10 years later in 1913 as Cushman Motor Works, and by 1922, began production of their four-stroke Husky engine. Cushman scooters supported Allied troops in World War II, and were produced after the war until the mid-60’s.