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We offer complete pedal cars and pedal planes as well as pedal car parts. If you have an old pedal car that is in need of some pedal car parts, browse our Pedal Car Parts section to find exactly what you need to get your pedal car or pedal plane up and running.
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After assembly-line mass production revolutionized the automobile industry, innovations in pedal car production made these miniature autos financially accessible to the working masses. From the early 1920s through the late 1960s, pedal cars, like automobiles, were produced in many different models and colors. Designed to incorporate the most current trends of the automotive world, pedal cars featured working lights and horns, moveable windshields and ragtops, chrome detailing and hood ornaments, and white wall tires and custom paint jobs. In the 1960s, with the introduction of plastics and new safety standards for toys brought an end to widespread metal pedal car production. Children's car manufacturing continued in plastic, but the design of the vehicles no longer captured the aesthetic of these pedal cars.
Today toy cars have become a lot more complicated than the pedal cars of yesterday. Power Wheels now come powered up with the ability to go both forwards and backward with the push of a pedal. However, the pedal cars that gave way to the modern power wheels still retain all of their familiar charm.
Pedal cars go back to the 1890's when families began creating these toys out of scraps found in their barns. Before long the wealthy had taken over and created lavish versions of these pedal cars. Soon, the pedal cars started taking on brand names such as Buicks, Pierce-Arrows, and Wintons.
Toy cars have changed a lot since the time of pedal cars. However, many individuals still hold fond memories of their childhood pedal cars. This has given way to quite a few pedal car collectors trying to bring back the nostalgic feel of the old pedal cars.
The pedal car really is the perfect antique toy to own. They are very durable and can even be used from generation to generation. You don't have to restrict this toy to views only. Your family can actually experience the fun of the pedal car without fear of destroying a collectible.
In addition, you can still find many places that sell pedal car parts and offer pedal car restoration services. Pedal car books offer information about the history of pedal cars and information on how to restore your old pedal car.
Even if you didn't get to enjoy a new pedal car during your childhood, it isn't too late. Old pedal cars, not in great condition, can be found at swap meets for very low prices. You can also purchase pedal car kits to create a new pedal car for a couple hundred dollars. However, if you are holding on to an old metal pedal car, you may be holding thousands of dollars.
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