1956 king midget
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King Midget was a micro car produced between and by the Midget Motors In about , Dry and Orcutt changed the name of their company to Midget Motors Corporation. Midget Motors' primary methods of advertising their cars.
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King Midget Series II. After WWII pilots Claud Dry and Dale Orcutt's first car was a crude, midget-racer-styled car built on a wood frame. The Series I was.
Description:Wisconsin 1-cyl, 4-stroke, L-head Displacement: V In , a much more practical car was offered by Dry and Orcutt. It was called the Series II, and it resembled the Jeep, with its square-cornered fenders. Intended for shopping or the golf course, the car gained a considerable following, and it was produced for five years. It is still seen today in Shriners parades. The dimensions of the car were chosen to be that of a four foot by eight foot sheet of plywood, so that four could fit side by side on a railway car.