Remember the Saviano Scat?
Though unrelated to Crosley, the Saviano holds interest to Crosleyphiles. Vehicles Saviano was an American automobile manufacturer in Warren, Michigan, established by A. P. Saviano. It produced only one model, which was built only in 1960, the SCAT (acronym for Saviano Cargo And Touring), a small, very simple terrain vehicle with rear-wheel drive resting on a frame made of welded rectangular tubes. The three-door body including the wing consisted of flat, pressed steel sheets with an air-cooled parallel twin-cylinder engine from Kohler, which developed 25 bhp and a manual three-speed transmission from Borg Warner. The vehicle had a wheelbase of 2032 mm and a total length of 3175 mm. On request, there was a removable roof. The doors were removable. The price was $1390.