An extremely simple vehicle, the Auto Cub was a one-passenger, open-cab automobile produced in 1956 by Randall Products of Hampton, New Hampshire, United States.
The body was constructed of plywood and featured flat sides. Red was the only body color offered. Steering was performed with a tiller rather than a steering wheel. It weighed 115 lb (52 kg), measured 51 inches (1,300 mm) in length, and was propelled by either a Briggs & Stratton or Clinton one-cylinder gasoline engine. The buyer had no choice of which engine was used.
Little other information is known about this car.