People have been stuffing bigger batteries and more powerful drivetrains into little toy cars for decades, so it’s about time someone stuffed a tiny little gas engine into it. The mad geniuses at YouTube’s Grind Hard Plumbing Co. adapted a 240-cc engine from a Honda CRF230 dirt bike to fit in a Barbie Mustang using…
In what I assume is an attempt to mitigate a surge of doll and pet injuries this holiday season, the new pint-sized Power Wheels Ford Mustang features traction control. No, really! Go ahead and get your kid one, your yard might not turn into a Cars & Coffee-esque bloodbath after all.
Let's say your little Seymour or Brynleee wants a Power Wheels car, but they're not like the other kids. They think Barbie's Mustang is for cowards, the F-150 isn't menacing enough, and the Jeep lacks outright slaughtering power. What do you get for your lil' desert warlord?
Since I (allegedly) won't fit in the 2015 Ford F-150 Power Wheels, I roped my cousin's kid into helping me review it. He rated its attributes on a numerical scale; Looks? "Nine. Actually, 90." Functionality? "F150." Ok, I see what you did there you cheeky little bastard... this isn't going to be easy.
Don't listen to that bratty little cousin, your fat ass will apparently not break his Power Wheels 2015 Ford F-150 when you take it from him this Christmas. Watch four of the little plastic pickups hold the weight of a real, 4,120 pound, F-150 and survive.
Ford's prototype people have heard all your yammering about their refusal to do a small pickup for the US market. They heard it so hard the freaked the heck out and went right off the deep end. You want small? You'll get small. Really small. YOU WON'T EVEN FIT.
Here we have future Formula Drift champion Will performing the world's cutest drift in his adorable Power Wheels Eliminator in his garage. So much precious opposite lock!
If there is a way to race something, people will race it. Enter the Power Racing Series, which is basically souped up Power Wheels built on a budget of $500. It is one of the most ridiculous, crazy, innovative, fun, and dangerous racing experiences I've ever seen, and you need to do it now.
Is your child itching to go faster? Are they using your phone to buy random sports cars on eBay to try and satisfy their craving for hoonage? Then help them out by getting them a pint-sized Power Wheels version of the 2014 Corvette Stingray. It's perfect for tiny Jalops in training.
When adults fall asleep behind the wheel, the results are tragic and horrible. But when toddlers do fall asleep when they're driving their Power Wheels cars, it's hilarious and adorable!
The Power Wheels Racing series is simple: Take any Power Wheels vehicle, modify it, and race it. The all-electric series results in last-minute, hacked-together racing machines of dubious quality, questionable safety, and spectacular entertainment. It's the perfect Maker Faire motorsport.
These parents are obviously doing something right, as their son not only drives a Power Wheels Mustang, but can drift it into a parallel parking space like a parking challenge champ. Someday we want our kids to drive this well.
Imagine this pack of grown men on tiny Fords, Jeeps and Corvettes, speeding down your snow-covered street hurling taunts in your general direction like a pack of drunken Shriners. You'd immediately want in on the action. Setting this hoonage to the rockabilly sensibilities of The Reverend Horton Heat only makes this…
The ATV-assisted Power Wheels hoonage we saw yesterday showed some medium-grade disregard for safety, all right. But how about when you get a younger kid, lose the helmet, and juice up his Power Wheels truck with about ten times the factory power? This boy showcases some serious drifting skills as he lays hard plastic…
Power Wheels are awesome. At least they are for the first couple weeks when you're a 6-year-old. After that, the battery gets weak and you're left wanting for more power. A solution to this need for speed? Why not just have your big brother tow you with his ATV? Oh, but make sure to wear a helmet, because those…
Just for gits and shiggles, here's a pic snapped by the sassy bloggers at Curbed (by way of the mother-site) — everyone's pretty sure it's on Elizabeth, just north of Houston. And we know the question you're thinking — how the hell did a Ford Focus owner pay for a parking spot in that part of town? We mean, the