1951 Mustang Motorcycle Corp. – Everyone gets along with the Mustang family!

America’s first high performance lightweights. First and only American machines with British Burman 3-speed, foot shift gear box… Shown: The Famous Mustang Solo; The Mustang Delivercycle; The New Mustang Special

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1950 Mustang Motorcycle Corp. – Mustang answers your needs

Mustang lightweight motorcycles in four years have earned an excellent reputation in localized areas where they have been in operation. Owners are universally enthusiastic and established dealers report continuing satisfaction in the machines. Sales of Mustangs have built up steadily – on the merit of the machines!

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1949 Mustang Solo & Delivercycle motorcycle prices

Mustang Solo: The flashing Mustang two-wheeler – $346.30; Mustang Delivercycle – the thousand purpose economical Mustang workhorse. All the power needed for fast pick-up and delivery service at much lower price and operating cost – $657.85

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1952 Mustang Breaks Century Mark

Achievement rewards five year efforts of U.S. manufacturer.

Top Photo: Correcting a little side-draft with his legs, Walt Fulton champions the Mustang cause at a 100 mph clip. 22 1/2 cubic inch, four-stroke single packs 6.4 to 1 compression ratio, uses a 1 1/8-inch Amal carburetor and an experimental head machined out of a solid block of dural for the speed run.

Bottom photo: Tuned by Howard Forrest, Mustang’s chief engineer, the “Century job” is kept in shape by Bert Brundage and Joe Richards. Experimental cam, ball bearing mains and ball wheel bearings contribute to speed. Standard oiling system handles extra revs. 4.00 x 12-inch, 4-ply Goodyear tires are mounted on wheels made up from Kelsey-Hayes rims. No brakes of any description are used, and rear sprocket is mounted on an aluminum spool. Magneto is standard Mustang with lighting coils removed. Stewart-Warner tach is suspended from large circular ring on shock-absorbing coil springs.

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