Love to Fly? So Does the Super Sport Cub

  • Mary Grady

Cubcrafters’ new Super Sport Cub is not so much a capitalist tool as a capitalist toy. The company added a bigger engine to its tried-and-true Cub design for an eye-popping power boost. The result is a two-seat stallion that practically jumps into the sky as soon as power is applied. The airplane is simple and light and combines classic lines with modern technology, including air bags and an optional computerized panel. And, it’s a joy to fly. The Super Sport Cub, which starts at $163,000, is classified as a light sport aircraft. (877.484.7865, www.cubcrafters.com)

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