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Old 10-08-2018, 05:00 PM
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We had a great time with this one
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We had a great time with this one
Cool pic! got an more??
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Old 10-08-2018, 05:39 PM
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The propane bottle is for the flame thrower but we were not allowed to use it in the parade. It also has a siren, bell and of course cup holders. The custom hood was supplied by left hand brewery.
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Kids must have had a blast!
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I made up a two car setup last year for my 3 year old grandson to be pulled by his 1960 WH suburban that we got him the year before.
He has more fun with his little red and his carts then should be legal.

But the wife and I may have started something becouse he now wants a garden tractor with a back hoe and a frontend bucket and he knowes I can build him one, may have to put him off for a year or two becouse at 4 years old he does not need to be digging up the back yard.
Have 2 more carts to make this year for other grandkids, could be I've started something. But it is fun....

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I say let them dig, in a few years...
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