By: Troy Frisby, Buzz60
While most toddlers are starting to play with Big Wheels and Matchbox cars, Prince George has just landed his first whip.
And it's swankier than any car most of us have ever owned. The 2-year-old royal is set to inherit a miniature Aston Martin V8 Volante from his father, Prince William.
The green half-size sports car has leather seats, a radio and even working headlights.
And you thought inheriting your older sister's Honda Vivic was cool.
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It was originally presented to Prince Charles in 1988, as a gift for William and his younger brother, Prince Harry.
Now that little George is getting older, William is going to hand over the keys as soon as his son is ready to drive it.
The Duke of Cambridge took the convertible out of the Sandringham Museum, located on the Queen's estate in Norfolk, in order to have it renovated.
A source at the museum says the royal tot should be in the car within a year.
Still, owning a car is a big responsibility. Hopefully his dad will wait until George is four before teaching him to ghost ride that thing.
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