Remember the Little Tykes Cozy Coupe? It's all grown up and really runs


We all remember the Cozy Coupe, right? The toy car, with its bright red exterior, yellow roof, oversized wheels, and squeaky horn, was a staple in most toddlers' childhoods.

Lucky for all these toddlers (who are now grown adults), these brothers have created a roadworthy version of the Little Tykes Cozy Coupe.

Youtube / BBC
Youtube / BBC

Attitude Autos mechanic John Bitmead and his brother Geoff from the United Kingdom have worked long and hard to build a new and improved version of the car — that really runs (at 70mph to be exact).

The car took 1,000 hours and more than £4,000 ($6,179) to make. Built in 2013, John has spent the past two years driving the little iconic car to raise thousands of dollars for children's charities.

The brothers are now ready to take on a new project and are selling their amazing "toy car." Have an extra £21,500 ($33,219.22) lying around? You could be the lucky owner of this childhood phenomenon. Check out their Ebay ad to learn more.

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