Cushman Motorscooter Museum

Cushman Museum If you are in North Carolina, then plan on visiting the Cushman Motorscooter Museum located in Concord, NC, which is just outside of Charlotte. It’s located near Charolotte Motor Speedway and is dedicated to Cushman motor scooters, which haven’t been manufactured since 1965.

The Museum is located at Dennis Carpenter Reproductions. They make Vintage Ford Truck, Ford Tractor, Ford Car and Cushman Restoration parts.

Not Just a Museum

Dennis Carpenter offers a complete line of Cushman Motor Scooter parts, tires, accessories, books, and manuals. We have in stock the largest supply of NOS, reproduction, and used parts in the nation.

Right in the heart of North Carolina, sits our Cushman store which displays some of the hundreds of parts and accessories that we have available to our customers. Adjacent to our showroom is a collection of restored and used motor scooters for sale to any interested buyer.

And we’re always looking for Parts and Machines for sale. We BUY all makes, American or Import. If you are thinking of selling your collection call our information number at
704-782-1237 and ask to speak with one of our associates.

Our Cushman employees have a combined 50 plus years of Cushman expertise and knowledge. We know the Cushman motor scooter inside and out and can help with or solve virtually any scooter related problem our customers may have.

Cushman MuseumThe Cushman Motorscooter Museum is located close to the Cushman Nationals, which is sponsored by Dennis Carpenter Reproductions.

Museum Details

Address:
4140 Concord Parkway South, Concord, NC
Directions:
The museum is on the second floor of Dennis Carpenter Ford Restoration Parts, which is 1.5 miles north of Lowe’s Motor Speedway on Concord Parkway South/Hwy 29. I-85 exit 49 onto Bruton Smith Blvd. When you reach the Speedway, (Hwy 29) turn left at the light, then drive 1.5 miles. If you reach another traffic light, you’ve gone too far.
Phone:
704-786-8139

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~ by scooterleathers on December 29, 2008.

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