Beach Avenue, Inglewood, CA. Moss produced eyecatching quarter midget and half midget versions for drivers from age 3 to adult. These sharp cars utilized positive rack and pinion steering, 3 H. Bodies were one-piece heavy fiberglass with a removable tail cone. The quarter midget features original mag wheels with asphalt tires and was campaigned in the acramento, CA area.
so, I have this old midget racer I am redoing, tell me what I have..
[Vintage Quarter Midget Company]: Moss Quarter Midget
Here is another one of my cars. This is a Squalo Grand Prix. It was designed after the Ferrari Super Squalo Indy car. This car is in very good original condition, the only modification is that someone has cut out the cockpit so as to fit a larger kid. This is a very cool car, and I love cars that are in original raced condition. I'm not going to restore it, I'm going to leave it as is and I hope you like it. Posted by Billy at PM No comments:.
No Reserve: 1958 Moss 1/2 Midjet
It also raced in Pasadena, TX. You are correct about the participation of this car at the Tulsa Nationals. The scoop located on top of the rear turtle hull was the inovation of her late Dad. The scoop is from a Caddy.