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I would love to try one of these bikes. Can it fit a 4-foot 8-inch woman? I'm very petite but have been waiting a bike for a long time but cannot find one that is small enough. Thoughts? Thank you.

Janine
El Dorado Hills, CA
Tuesday, November 1, 2016
Editor Response
I believe you could handle this bike because it is so super lightweight. California Scooter Company, however, is no longer making these motorcycles. You would have to find a used one. You can click on the link in the story and contact them.
Genevieve Schmitt, Editor
Love the color and Babydoll bike!

Connie Elmer
Santa Cruz, CA
Thursday, October 27, 2016
Nice article, the scoots look like a lot of fun. One thing I'm not clear on, are these scooters actually made in China?

Tom L
Lancaster, PA
Saturday, January 24, 2015
Editor Response
Here is a response from Joe Berk, CSC Motorcycles marketing representative: The CSC scooters (the Mustang replicas) are actually assembled in our California plant. The components are sourced from Taiwan (not China, although we recognize many people don’t make a distinction). We used to think that Taiwan had superior quality to anything coming from China until we started working with Zongshen (the supplier of our new RX3 motorcycle, which is built in China).

Zongshen quality is absolutely top notch, and I’m not saying that in a cavalier manner. I teach in the Industrial and Manufacturing Engineering department at Cal Poly Pomona. I’ve written extensively on quality and manufacturing management and I’ve managed the quality and manufacturing arms of large aerospace manufacturers so I know what I’m talking about. The guys at Zongshen have it dialed. China is the next Japan, and when folks dismiss things manufactured in China based on their prejudgment of Chinese quality, they’re displaying their ignorance more than anything else. Even Harley and Vespa recognize this; they both buy from Zongshen.
Genevieve Schmitt, Editor
I just love what CSC has done here. I haven't actually seen the Mustang yet but have read about it and watched the cool videos. As a teenager back in the 60s I lusted after a metallic green Thoroughbred that one of my buddies had when everybody was riding Cushmans and Vespas. The little Mustangs and Tiger Cubs were the coolest things on two wheels back then, but they were kind of pricey for a teenager.

The price on the new CSC Mustang seems fairly reasonable considering a restored original Mustang can cost upward of $10k. I applaud what Mr. Seidner has accomplished here and wish him the best on this endeavor. Long live the Mustang!

Doug Szabo
Westminster, CO
Monday, January 5, 2015
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