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Old 04-23-2014, 05:13 PM
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Worked on my next project today, my grandson's pedal car. Hopefully it won't take me as log as the 48 to complete.





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Cool! Looks like a '50 Buick Super.

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Very cool! Keep this build thread going.
The full size car looks awesome as well.
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Jag IFS, 9 inch swap, and a crate 302 will finish it up.
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You've learned to paint very well... your Grandson is going to be the king of the road. That would be great mounted onto a power wheel frame...
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Pedal cars can become legacies these days. I paid $5 for the remnants of one in 1986. Did a Bill Elliott Coors paint job on it. All of my 7 grandkids have played with it, wore out 2 sets of tires and tore all the corners off of it. Even has a Darlington stripe down the right hand side. Now it hangs from the ceiling in my garage. Worth a lot more than money now.
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Grandpa has a plan. Maybe I can get my car back and no 302, well not just yet.

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Done in time for his birthday. I was going to really trick this think out but then figured out that it would just be his daily driver so I hope that he has fun with it.


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Grandpa has a plan. Maybe I can get my car back and no 302, well not just yet.

A 302 is not so crazy, there is a guy here in Houston who has a golf cart with a 426 Hemi in it! Scott at Scott's Hot Rod Shop in Pearland worked on it and told me about it. Scott is a friend of a friend of bjmayberry2.
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Grandpa has a plan. Maybe I can get my car back and no 302, well not just yet.

Sawyer is thinking ...boy you would be in big trouble if my feet could reach these pedals....I'd have the same grin if I was sitting in it!
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