A unique range of home built 'Ride On' cars that kids can really drive!

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A unique range of home built 'Ride On' cars that kids can really drive!

PLEASE CLICK ON ALL THE PICTURES TO VIEW OUR RANGE OF SELF-BUILD 

MOTORISED CARS FOR CHILDREN and for more details like PRICE and list of parts

Various models available to suit ages 2 to 10 years When inquiring please mention which model you are interested in.

'Lightning' cars for children

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<< The 'Lightning'

A Plan and pattern car for children to drive.  The Lightning is built from a Kitchen swing-bin and powered by a cordless drill, using a set of plans available from Lightning-cars. The drill, battery, swing bin, sieves (for the mudguards) and the MDF (composite wood panels) are all supplied by the customer.​​ More details and price lists via those links.         

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When inquiring please mention which you are interested in. (Lightning / Zoom or Eko)


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The EKO Safety Racer. >>

 EKO can be powered by a  49cc mini moto engine complete with electric start and throttle limiter, or can be battery powered with a powerful 36v Quad motor and speed control. Great kids ride on toys and easy to build. 

When inquiring please mention which you are interested in. (Lightning / Zoom or Eko)


 Zoom plans / patterns and instructions cost £20

<< The Zoom

This is the Zoom. It is a plan and pattern 'build it yourself' child's toy car driven by a cordless electric drill. 

   The design has no need of a separate body shell and allows the customer to assemble the complete body from pieces of MDF or plywood simply cut to shape using the paper patterns supplied.  More details here.

When inquiring please mention which you are interested in. (Lightning / Zoom or Eko)

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This shows the Lightning on a hard surface with clear visibility for filming, but only use the public road if you are really sure there's no moving traffic.