1941 Daf one person city car nicknamed 'driving raincoat' DAF is an automobile factory set up in my hometown of Eindhoven, famous for Philips. This was their first car, nowadays they're famous for their lorries
1959 "KING" (Fram King Fulda). The Fuldamobil S-7 was built in Germany in 1957, but was also licensed to be built elsewhere. This included Sweden, where the basic components were imported and a locally made Body and Chassis were used. Initially called the FRAM KING FULDA (or FKF for short), the name was shortened to “KING” in 1959 apparently after complaints from bearing manufacturer: SKF. This car is a “KING” Production ended in 1962 after about 400 cars had been produced.
Is it a kiddie pedal car? It's an Arbet 1956 auto - a hand-made microcar built in Montana by Arliss & Beth Sluder over a 7 year period. Top speed of over 40 MPH. In the Guinness Book of Records as the smallest street legal car in the world.