Nothing fancy, plain old 400 car. Drum brakes, ps, ac and deluxe interior.Being a 400 car and also a vert is way nice.
Any other details?
A build thread coming?
The rain wasn't much fun. Think it followed me from Dallas and I'm sure don't the temp drop.I’ve gotten to a point where I prefer the first gens in Firebird flavor. And that rain sucked driving into San Antonio last night. Especially after driving all day.
The car alone is a hard to find item. I don’t think I’ve ever seen one of those trailers.My buddy found this original ford pedal car years ago and it needed restoration so he custom painted it to match his 64.5 he has . Well i spotted this the other day on line and sent him the link . He went and grabbed it up . We just need to make a hitch for the car to hook it all up . This is an old original u-haul pedal car trailer .
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We had the same thing in WI when I was little. I think it was called safety city. It was the funnest thing to go to.When I was 4 I went to a class called safety town.
It was in a school parking lot during summer, and they had a full town made of plywood. All painted like normal houses and businesses. Complete with all street marking lines, signs, and even working stop lights.
We had class time teaching us about car safety. While in one, and out of them.
Then we'd get to go out and cruise around the town in pedal cars. All sorts of different designs. Hotrods, firetrucks, etc.
It was super cool.
And me of course, graduated being carried and bandaged up because a week before graduation I fell out of the back of my aunt's Ford LTD and had my left leg ran over at the knee .
Only kid I know that passed a car safety course after getting ran over by one lol.
Doc said if I'd have been 1 year older my bones would have been more bone, less cartilage, and I'd have had a shattered knee.
Came away with a lot of skin loss and a sore knee is all.
Every time I see a pedal car I think of that plywood town instantly lol.
And because PAD. What's left of the scar 40 yrs later. Middle part is still about 1" round. At one point it covered 1/3rd of my knee.
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There's an absolutely mint condition fire truck from the OLD days at my grandpa's house.I had a fire truck pedal car that was already vintage in the 80s when I had it. I’m pretty sure my brother and I destroyed it and we threw it away. Oops.