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1950 moss midget - [Vintage Quarter Midget Company]: Moss Quarter Midget


This item appears to be a 's Moss Quarter Midget that was built in Inglewood California at the Bill Moss Engineering factory and designed by Indianapolis car builder George Salih. The Moss Midget was produced in the 50s and possibly into the 60s, it featured independent front . Buy MG Midget, Austin Healey Sprite parts and accessories for your repair, rebuild and restoration. You will find superior parts here at great prices. Get a free catalog today.

The Moss Midget was produced in Inglewood, California at the Bill Moss Engineering Factory and designed by the famed Indianapolis Car Builder George Smith. The (1/2) Midget was produced in the late 50's to the early 60's. The Moss Midget featured Independent . Buy MG TC, MG TD, MG TF parts and accessories for your repair, rebuild and restoration. You will find superior parts here at great prices. Get a free catalog today.

Moss Quarter Midget O.k., it's been awhile since my last post so here is another one of my cars. It's a Moss 1/4 midget they were manufactured in Inglewood California. They built both 1/2 midgets and 1/4 midgets, but they built very few 1/4 gakulkarni.info: Billy. Jan 12,  · Page 1 of 3 - 50 Greatest Midget Drivers. - posted in Vintage Midget Racing: I was wondering if Marty or somebody else has a list of the 50greatest midget drivers. They can be from a different country gakulkarni.info a few stats, wins, championships.I started to come up with a list who I thought would be considered great,but I know somebody else already has it.1) Kevin Olson2) Rich Vogler3) .

From the early cc Midget MkI released in to the ‘rubber-bumpered’ Midget in , these little sports cars are still loved by everyone, and with a lot of spares in common with the Austin Healey Sprite, these ‘Spridgets’ are still going strong today. Sep 26,  · So I got this vintage quarter midget and I can't seem to be able to identify it. I've been digging through all of my old hot rod and kart magazines, and I havent been able to find one that is exactly like it. I was hoping someone on here might be able to help me out. The front suspention seems unusual. The whole thing is pretty cool.