As a matter of fact they did in 1953. In select Sears Roebuck stores in the southern and southeastern U.S., they sold 2,000 at about $1500.
Sold with a four or six-cylinder engine, they boasted 68 or 80 horsepower, and all had three-on-the-tree. Actually manufactured by Kaiser Frazer, they look a little like a Henry J if you know what that is.
And the battery, tires, belts, and any part possible, was craftsman or sears brand. Pretty remarkable that they sold 2,000 copies! Allstate, of course, is the car insurance company. Sears spun off Allstate, and Dennis Haysbert is their spokesman on the TV ads now. “The Good Hands People.”