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Power Wheels Desert Drifters: Mad Max for Toddlers

by Shane McGlaun
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Imagine a future where the world runs out of juice boxes. Hordes of angry toddlers take to the wilds in their souped up Power Wheels to fight to the death for what little juice remains. In that violent, dirty, thirsty future world, the tots would drive these cars. Luckily, for the rest of humanity, the cars can’t catch you if your walk fast.

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Power Wheels cars have been around for a long time and my daughter literally drove the wheels off hers- twice. These cars can reach about 7.5mph at top speed forward and about 5mph in reverse. ThinkGeek is showing off three Mad Max inspired versions with a roadster, ATV, and Range Rover style ride on.

They are festooned with pointy weapons because getting the last of the juice will require the cracking of some skulls. Before you get too excited, this is a ThinkGeek April Fools carryover, but how hard would it be to actually make these?

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