One man can slide the front:
But the King Midget's biggest fan must be Dave Stults, who over the years has bought out all the parts push dakota fanning upskirt from the old K-M and Barthman operations and the Florida and Canadian ventures -- some 14 tons in total -- as well as the rights to the King Midget name.
Registered trademark, mark number 5, owned by Stephen V.
The revised car, called the King Midget Commuter, used a one-piece fiberglass body, the idea being to reduce assembly cost.
Driven with a hammer but holding like screws, the nails show far greater and more lasting holding power than cut flooring nails or plain-shank flooring brads of equal size.
And both wanted to manufacture something with an engine in it.