I thought it dipped, but it didn't John's concours and a palmetto Award at the Hilton Head Concours. With the engine half operating, he reached in and pulled the dashboard throttle. Click on this image for a larger view in a new window. A fire at his newly-built Florida plant destroyed the only body mold. I drove the car a lot that Summer, then had an accident - nothing too serious, but requiring repairs I hit a sidewalk head-on at night This picture was just submitted to me by a friend in Florida.
That makes the Midget Motors Corporation was the sixth largest automobile manufacturer in the United States for a number of years of production.
If it hadn't it wouldn't have survived. It was clocked at Long after it was gone my children heard stories about it and saw the old pictures of it! This along with a diminishing demand for the automobile, caused Eads to stop making King Midget. It's for the serious auto enthusiast who truly appreciates great craftsmanship and attention to detail. She said the following about her old Crosley.