The Collection Features Many Cars that will Excite Your Kids.
Son of the Mask
This custom built 1 of 1 car is one of the wildest creations we have ever seen! Built for the movie Son of the Mask. Its exaggerated body lines, oversized engine and crazy interior gadgets make it a favorite to children.
Cat in the Hat S.L.O.W.
This whacky Dr. Seuss car was built at a cost of $1.2 million for the live action movie staring Michael Meyers. The detail is incredible. Not only a movie car, but also a work of art.
The Flintmobile was built for the live action movie using a golf cart chassis. Today guests can sit in it and pose for a photo-op at no charge!
Not a car, but kids love jets too! This jet was most recently used in the superhero movie Avengers. Older guests might also recognize it from its previous use in the movie True Lies.
Speed Racer Mach 5
Designed after the cartoon version of Speed Racer, this is one of 6 licensed Mach 5's replicas that were built for street use. Known as the signature series, they were built to raise money for the Child Safety Network.
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles
Cowabunga Dude! Its the totally bodacious Turtle Van! Built to promote the Mattel TMNT toy line. Styled after the cartoon version, this real-life version is a functioning vehicle and even features the swing away side door with seat.
Pee Wee's Big Adventure
It's not for sale Francis! In the rafters of our Show Biz Pizza you'll find this little gem. Said to be one of 15 built and used in the movie. Guess its not in the basement of the Alamo.
Barbie's Pink Convertible
One of guests favorite displays! Like seeing a diecast Barbie model on the shelf of a store, only life-size! This pink convertible was custom built for Barbies use at Epcot Center.
Kids love Dinosaurs. Kids love trucks. Here's a Dinosaur ripping through a truck. Need we say more?
Crosley Hook and Ladder Kiddie Fire Truck
This vehicle is classified as an amusment ride! It was purchased new by Whalom Amusment Park, the first amusment park in the US, in 1951 and used to entertain children for 49 years until it closed down in 2000. Hauls up to 25 children.
Sponge Bob Boatmobile
See the Sponge Bob themed Boatmobile, powered by a 427 Chevrolet engine that runs on Krabby Patties.
ZOINKS! It's the Mystery Machine
Rut Ro did Scooby and the gang forget where they parked their cruiser or are they solving a mystery at the museum?
Cinderella Wake Wagon
What's a Princess to do when she's running really late for a ball and her fairy godmothers pumpkin with wheels just won't do? She turns to her fairy godfather who supplies her a chariot with 450 horses in the form of a modified Shelby V-8 engine. Not only did she live happily ever after, but Cinderella was never late again.
All Nighter'er The Brown Tow Truck
All Night'er, the brown Tow Truck, is a bit of a goofy truck. He's funny. Many people think he should be a comedian instead of a Tow Truck.
Thunder McKing The Red Racer
There are a lot of rumors circulating about Thunder in our small town. Some say he's famous. Some say he's a celebrity in disguise.
And Many More
These are the highlighted Kids Cars, but there are still so many more cars the kids will love. More TV and Movie cars, Monster Trucks, and other oddities.