1982 Cub Commuter. This attractive economy vehicle by Convenient Machines, Inc., offered the "ultimate in driveability and convenience". The unique three-wheel vehicle’s aerodynamic design assured outstanding gas mileage at highway speeds to 50 mph. Roomy and comfortable for two passengers, the Cub filled the need for a useful commuter vehicle low in cost, inexpensive to drive, maintain and insure.
As railway buffs here tonight will also know, Deltic diesel engines powered English Electric’s 3 300 bhp prototype Deltic locomotive from 1955 and a production class of 22 improved locomotives which worked on the East Coast Main Line from Edinburgh to King’s Cross from 1961 to 1982. By then however, the leading edge of marine propulsion had moved on to gas turbine and nuclear propulsion.
1982 Cub Commuter. Built in Taiwan by the Swi Tong Corporation exclusively for the American market, it featured a 400cc 4-stroke, air-cooled single cylinder 4 stroke engine. The unique three-wheel vehicle’s aerodynamic design assured outstanding mileage at highway speeds to 50 mph. Roomy and comfortable for two passengers.
Ashtabula County Ohio Covered Bridge Festival 5. Root Road Bridge (3.9 miles from Graham Road Bridge) A 114-foot Town lattice built in 1868, Root crosses the Ashtabula River. It was raised 18 inches during the rehabilitation in 1982/83, and new laminated girders and a center concrete pier were added.