Do you feel like a kid? Is the kid inside you still alive? That’s the most important thing you should ever do. It’s really important that you stay strong and keep the fire inside you alive.
Remember when you smiled about everyone and everything? Well, Little Tikes toy car will definitely wake up your memories.
If you like this toy car and nostalgia crawls on your pillow, you will definitely like the Little Tikes.
The Little Tikes toy car or Cozy Coupe was first presented to the market in 1979. It went through a lot of changes, and the design was reworked in 1999. Designers replaced the roof poles with thick yellow ones.
In 2009, the toy car had its 30th birthday, and the company celebrated it with eyes and a smile on its face. There were also cup holders for the kids and their parents.
The cute car was named the number 1 selling car in the country several times. This will definitely bring smile to your faces.
John and Geoff Bitmead are mechanics and owners of Attitude Autos in the United Kingdom. In 2013, the brothers couldn’t sell a Daewoo Matiz cat and came up with a nice plan.
It looks like the Cozy Coupe, and they added a few details to make it even more similar to the brilliant toy car.
The adult version of the vehicle is red and yellow. It’s functional and legal for use. It runs on gas and can reach up to 70 miles per hour.
This car is packed with airbags, headlights, mirrors, and a gas tank. There’s no windshield and windows, and it’s the best option for hot summer days.
“We were hoping it would be out on a regular basis, create some revenue and recoup the money used to build it,” Geoff Bitmead said.
“But in real life, it ended up going out four or five times in two years. So we thought we might as well sell it and if anyone’s interested in buying it that will bring back some money for us.”
“We have covered over 5,000 miles in the past two years driving around shows and charity events in the UK and apart from it not being the fastest car on the planet has been the most incredible fun with people queuing up to take photos along dual carriageways and highways on every trip. Guaranteed to create smiles wherever it goes!” the advert reads.
The car attracted everyone’s attention, and people really live it.
“They’re amazed to see the real thing on the road,” Geoff added. “I’ve seen people with tattoos all up their arms walking along the road just cheering at us. There was that kind of response to it.
Everybody recognized it. It’s part of our life. We see these things in people’s front gardens, and now you can see it on the road.”