CSC’s new P-51 has a 250cc, counterbalanced, single overhead cam, carbureted engine that provides significantly more power and a smoother ride than the company’s existing line of 150cc motorcycles.
“We’re quite pleased that we can now offer our customers a high performance version of the CSC motorcycle,”
CSC Motorcycles take their styling cues from the iconic Mustang motorcycles manufactured from 1947 to 1963 in Glendale, California (just a few miles from today’s modern CSC production facility). Walt Fulton was a Mustang factory rider who set speed records and won many races during the original Mustang’s era. All California Scooter Company motorcycles are designed and built in the US at the company’s La Verne, California manufacturing facility.
To celebrate and publicize its introduction of the new P-51 motorcycle, CSC built a World-War-II-
The P-51 is available now as a regular production motorcycle. CSC offers the P-51 in all of the company’s current configurations and colors, including the Classic (available in six colors), the Greaser (available in flat black with red wheels and gangster whitewall tires), the Babydoll (available in pink and white), and the Military Series (available in OD green and desert camouflage). The CSC 250cc P-51 Classic has an MSRP of $4295.
More details on the new CSC P-51 250cc motorcycle are available on the company’s blog at www.CaliforniaScooterCo.com/