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Old 11-05-2010, 06:29 PM
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'84 F-150 Go Kart!

Just stumbled across this on ebay! How cool is that? Anyone ever see one of these before?

Ford F150 F 150 go cart early/ mid 1980's vintage 1984: eBay Motors (item 270658254021 end time Nov-09-10 18:30:00 PST)
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Pretty sweet.

I used to have one in the battery powered Power Wheels variety. It was an 82-86 Bigfoot edition. I loved that little truck. But it wasn't a tough truck, and I managed to break it. Then my dad scrapped it.

Here's an 82-86 version.

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They also had an 80-81 version too.

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Believe it or not, Power Wheels Bigfoots are actually a collectors item, and I see them going for upwards of $200 in average condition.
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I'm pissed because it's in better shape than my truck!
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i want it i want it i want it lol set that in the drive with my 82 stepside
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Pretty sweet.

I used to have one in the battery powered Power Wheels variety. It was an 82-86 Bigfoot edition. I loved that little truck. But it wasn't a tough truck, and I managed to break it. Then my dad scrapped it.

Here's an 82-86 version.



They also had an 80-81 version too.




Believe it or not, Power Wheels Bigfoots are actually a collectors item, and I see them going for upwards of $200 in average condition.


Uploaded with ImageShack.us my first truck.. look at the back wheels.. lol. and im pretty sure mine went the same ways yours did.. a girl down the street had a pink barbie jeep, that after the batteries and chargers were lost just got tossed in the sticker bushes until her older brother and older cousins found enjoyment in testing the durability of the jeep and our bodies... it ended up in like 1200 pieces that was not very much fun to pick up..
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Sweet! I don't have any pictures of me and mine, at least none that i've seen, but I have alot of memories with it. I didn't treat mine well either. I liked monster trucks, and well, it was usually driven up small ramps over dirt piles.

Come to think of it, I didn't treat any of my ride on toys well. I had a big problem with burning the plastic wheels. Dad used to always spray expanding foam into them to try and make the wheels more solid.lol.
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ohhh i miss the days of the old powerwheels
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