The King Midget series started off with a new King Midget that was introduced in mid This "third-series" K-M was improved in many ways. The styling was all-new. With squared fenders and hood, it bore a strong resemblance to a Jeep in miniature. Bumpers were larger, front and rear tread were both up two inches, to 44, and tire size was increased to 5. Bodies were now of unit construction, with frame and body components welded together for improved strength.
Devoted to remembering the lost automakers - great and not so great - of the last seventy-five years. It was the most successful independent car maker of the last 75 years, though few have ever heard of it. How is that possible? Well, It depends on how one defines success. The measure of Midget was certainly not volume. Is success gaged by notoriety? The drama surrounding the amazing Tucker played out loudly and tragically on magazine covers and in period newspapers.
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King Midget was a micro car produced between and by the Midget Motors Corporation. Although the company started out by offering a kit to build the car, they soon added completely-assembled cars and later only offered completed cars. By , they began to use the name Midget Motors Manufacturing Co. Midget Motors' primary methods of advertising their cars were through small advertisements in popular magazines that appealed to home mechanics.