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Title: The King Midget makes a return, sort of, for its 70th anniversary


Check out today's Hemmings piece on Road America in Elkhart Lake, WI, site of our Fall Meet September 21-25. The author and photographer of this article is Bill Hall, driver who drive the 300-G coupe most of the way from the LeMay Museum to Detroit back in late December/early January. 
Registrations for our Meet are starting to roll in - it's going to be a popular one, so book your hotel reservations soon! And, if you're looking to have your 300 concours judged, we'll be judging a max of 7 cars, and 3 of those slots are already filled!
Noel

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Provided photo. No factory has been constructed. No supplies stockpiled. No new engines developed, not even an LLC formed. Still, an effort to revive the two-seater King Midget will launch next month in conjunction with the American microcar's 70th anniversary celebrations. Three members of the International King Midget Car Club who are behind the revival - Bob Vahsholtz, Lee Seats, and Randy Chesnutt - decided to relaunch the Model 2 in a manner entirely consistent with the original ethos of the car: as a set
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Friday, July 22, 2016

The King Midget makes a return, sort of, for its 70th anniversary

The King Midget makes a return, sort of, for its 70th anniversary
Posted by Daniel Strohl - Provided photo. No factory has been constructed. No supplies stockpiled. No new engines developed, not even an LLC formed. Still, an effort to revive the two-seater King Midget will launch next month in conjunction with the American microcar's 70th anniversary celebrations. Three members of the International King Midget Car Club who are behind the revival - Bob Vahsholtz, Lee Seats, and Randy Chesnutt - decided to relaunch the Model 2 in a manner entirely consistent with the original ethos of the car: as a set... Read More
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Moving Pictures: The WeatherTech International Challenge at Road America

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A tale of two Mustang Boss 302 Trans Am cars unfolds in Monterey

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Posted by Kurt Ernst - The 1969 (L) and 1970 (R) Boss 302 Trans Am Mustangs from the Jim Click Collection. Photos by Patrick Ernzen, courtesy RM Sotheby's. In mid-August, a pair of Boss 302 Mustangs will cross the auction stage at the RM Sotheby's sale in Monterey, California. One was raced by a roll call of Trans Am greats, including Peter Revson, Dan Gurney, Sam Posey and George Follmer. The other, prepared in-period as a back-up car for the Bud Moore team, later saw action with barrier-breaking driver Wendell Scott in the IMSA GT se...Read More

Hemmings Find of the Day - 1986 Subaru Brat GL

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America's Automotive Trust honors Rob Myers with the Nicola Bulgari Award

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Midweek Matinee: Your Safety First, 1956

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Ford's 4 x 4 forever: 1972 Ford Bronco brochure

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Ferndale, Michigan, 1949

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1934 Bugatti Type 57 takes Best of Show at Keeneland Concours d'Elegance

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A mystery no more - the Fabulous Ferber

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Four Links - Far-Out Pontiac Concepts, Defender Reborn, Imbued with Hues, Auto Camps

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Sunday Cinema - Group B, Rochester Fuel Injection, St. Louis Bank Robbery

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Hemmings Find of the Day - 1967 Oldsmobile 4-4-2 holiday coupe

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Selling vintage Soviet motorcycles, cars and military vehicles - from a showroom in Nebraska?

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LAST WEEK'S BEST DISCUSSION

Make the Switch: 1956 AMC Rambler flyer

Make the Switch: 1956 AMC Rambler flyer
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