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King Midget: The Micro-Car That Sold for $1 a Pound
The Official International King Midget Car Club, Inc. - The King Midget Model III
A chance for KPW to help one of its own in a moment of need For more than 15 years, Rocky Morrison has been a fixture at King Philip Walpole Youth Hockey — as a long-time coach, board of directors member and past president, Rocky has positively impacted hundreds of youth hockey players and their families with his kindness, thoughtfulness and generosity on and off the ice, and his son, James, was a long-time KPW alumni who went on to play at and graduate from Walpole High School. Now Rocky and his family need some kindness, thoughtfulness and generosity in return, providing the KPW community an opportunity to help in their moment of need. Rocky's wife of 33 years, Mary, is fighting for her life against a rare autoimmune inflammatory disease that has impacted her lung function. Her diagnosis came as a shock, as there is no family history of lung disease. Mary has required the assistance of supplemental oxygen to help her breathe since she was diagnosed. Doctors say a double-lung transplant is critical to her survival. Even with health insurance, Mary faces significant expenses related to the surgery.
1958 King Midget Series III
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.
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. The ads were tiny but effective; they showed a midget car and some earlier ads contained the phrase " lb.