The King Midget micro car was produced from 1946-1970 By Midget Motors Corporation in Athens Ohio. The founders Claud Dry and Dale orcutt first sold the cars as a Kit car that someone could build at home but could also be assembled at the factory and purchased that way as well. The car went through some subtle changes throughout the years including bigger engines and body designs. The Model 3 which you see here was introduced in 1957 and produced a whopping almost 10 HP out of its single-cylinder design.
This car is pretty much brand new as you can tell. It shows 208 miles, which is from a complete nut and bolt restoration. The King Midget is titled and is street legal. It is powered by its Kohler 10hp engine with electric start paired with a CVT forward transmission with reverse. The paint and wood are in excellent condition and the interior shows exceptionally well.