If you have ever wanted an adult size Little Tykes car, your dreams can finally come true.
When I was a kid, my neighborhood was strewn about pretty heavily with Little Tykes cars. If you grew up before the age of the Internet, I’m sure you remember them too. They were so awesome because you looked like you were driving a car, the rub was that you actually had to scoot around using your feet, which kind of sucks. It was always a dream of mine to own a motorized one. My dream has finally come true.
UK brothers John and Geof Bitmead managed to build a motorized, street-legal version of the toy car that can reach speeds of up to 70 mph. They originally wanted to use the car to raise money for charity and pay off the $46K it cost to build, but they are now selling it for $32,000.
I understand that you can buy some luxury vehicles for $32K, but if you decide to purchase this thing, you are technically buying a piece of childhood nostalgia. Can you really put a price on that?[ via ]