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I’m in Cape May with with “Hemmings Motor News” King Midget with a bunch of other microcars for an annual event. We just cruised thru Cape May Point where we passed this tidy GT from PA. Was wondering if owner is a forum person?

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Was your group at Wildwood? We missed that show this year, but have seen it several times.
 

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I’m in Cape May with with “Hemmings Motor News” King Midget with a bunch of other microcars for an annual event. We just cruised thru Cape May Point where we passed this tidy GT from PA. Was wondering if owner is a forum person?

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Here’s my KM, for what it’s worth:

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I remember seeing ads for these in the back of Mechanics Illustrated magazine back in the day, where they would sell you a kit to build your own car for only a few hundred dollars. I didn't know how many were ever built or that so many of them still survived.
Nice car!
 

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Was your group at Wildwood? We missed that show this year, but have seen it several times.
Yes, we have done the wildwood show a number of times. The last several times we were in a little lot in front of the convention center. This year the show was along closed-off streets since the boardwalk is being renovated.
 

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I remember seeing ads for these in the back of Mechanics Illustrated magazine back in the day, where they would sell you a kit to build your own car for only a few hundred dollars. I didn't know how many were ever built or that so many of them still survived.
Nice car!
I’m actually the newsletter editor for the KM club :)
 
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