I don’t mean to be morbid, but there is probably a good reason why someone who makes tombstones for a living would want to sell two vehicles that guarantee death in even the smallest of fender benders. Don’t get me wrong, I’m not saying you shouldn’t buy a King Midget or a Cushman Eagle…but just be aware that you might want to make a deposit on a tombstone…you know, beat the rush. Find this 1965 King Midget & 1958 Cushman Eagle offered for $13,900 in Arcanum, OH via eBay.
The King Midget is not a child’s toy that someone sneaked past the dimwits at their local DMV, but a micro car that traces it roots all the way back to 1946. The initial versions were kit cars offering the unbeatable value of a 500 lb car for $500, but later the guys at the […]
The motor scooter is the Rodney Dangerfield of the 2-wheel world — it gets zero respect, but it is a useful and cheap way to get around. The street legal ATV is the modern equivalent of the 4-wheel motor scooter, but back in post war USA, two Ohio based entrepreneurs built something called the King […]
Time for another Coffee Brake, but this week instead of providing a subject for discussion, I am going to open it up for you, the reader. Go ahead, ask something of your fellow DT reader, mention what you are doing this weekend, whatever. Off topic comments below.
It never ceases to amaze me that a consumer can’t buy something like an Elio or Lamborghini Veneno because the OE hasn’t finished millions of dollars of crash testing, but you can buy the following plus sized Shriner-kart and drive it around? How does that make sense? I’m not advocating a wholesale ban on the […]