Put your small fry in the
driver’s seat of this great little
buggy and watch him grin.
Build your kids the sidewalk classic!
ITS BLACK FABRIC TOP, leather dashboard
straps and gas headlamps, this bright red
replica of its prototype—the open roadster of
the early years of this century—will bring a
twinge of nostalgia to grownups and a shriek of
delight from the younger set.
It does a safe, quiet 5 miles per hour, has a
12-volt electrical system driving a 12-volt automobile
generator which serves as the motor, and
carries its own built-in battery charger.
It’s great for everyday fun on the sidewalk and
sensational in the local Fourth of July parade.
You can buy nearly all of the parts at your
hardware store or at an automotive-parts store.
Assembly is not difficult, particularly if you
follow the drawings carefully.