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InStep Fire Truck Pedal Car
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- Stylish, nostalgic fire truck pedal car for children ages 3 and up
- Solid steel frame with authentic detailing brings back old memories
- Adjustable pedal drive fits a wide range of children; lead-free paint
- Rubber tires and chrome hub caps feel smooth and look great
- Easy-to-control steering wheel; 70-pound weight limit; some assembly required
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Specifications and Features:
- For ages 3 and older
- Maximum weight limit: 70 pounds
- Assembled dimensions: 37 x 12 x 17 inches
- Weight: 40 pounds
- Solid steel construction
- Authentic detailing
- Adjustable pedal drive
- Lead-free paint
- Functional steering
- Rubber tires and chrome hub caps
WARNING! CHOKING HAZARD- Small parts.
Top Customer Reviews
Grandpa commented that they sure hadn't changed how they make pedal trucks from the 1940s when his best friend got one. This is a good thing (durable construction) and a bad thing (lots of pieces and parts, heavy, hard to steer and pedal if you're small enough to fit in the thing.) Once it was put together and my nephew crawled in, it was apparent he was not going to be able to make it move by himself, at least on the short carpet in the basement. And he is a tall, strong, coordinated 2 1/2 year old. His four year old sister started pushing him, which simply led to crashing into walls and cabinets--their dad started scheming how to use pipe insulation to fashion bumpers and save the finish of his recent remodel until the snow melted in the spring and it could move outside.
All in all, my feeling is that if you want a sturdy, old-school, good-looking gift for a strong kid who loves trucks, this is for him or her. If you want something easier to put together that is light and easy enough to pedal/steer for most little ones, you might want to consider something cheap and plastic that will fall apart in a couple of years. One note on durability: my brother and I had a cast-iron John Deer pedal tractor (very similar design) 35 years ago and it still works!
This was bought as a gift for my grandson.
My daughter, son-in-law and especially my grandson, LOVE THIS TRUCK.
My daughter likes the style and the fact that he will get exercise using it.
My son-in-law likes the construction and materials.
My grandson likes the bell.
Presto! I'm a hero
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This toy has a lot of great qualities and features especially for the price. The attention to detail, rugged construction makes you think you have a vintage pedal car. Read morePublished 8 days ago by Joshua Garfinkle
Took a long time (3 hours) to put together. Seems sturdy, will be giving it to our 2 year old grandson this Saturday at his party. It smells terrible. Read morePublished 11 days ago by Lynn N. Nicholson
The ladders keep falling apart, and it is really cheaply made, but the kids just love it.Published 13 days ago by AlaskaCouple2008
The firetruck seems very sturdy, which is great I'm sure it will last a very long time. But the moment I opened the box the overwhelming fumes and smell from the paint and the... Read morePublished 26 days ago by Annette Silvera
I thought this would be a great gift for my 3 year old grandson. I had it shipped to his home in Maine for his May Birthday 2015. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Ann Koelling
Eh, my son liked it, but the thing is poorly built. Not the best material, but you get what you pay for.Published 1 month ago by Christopher Ralph
Instructions for assembly good a little time consuming for assembly but out come worth it. Will be a birthday gift in August. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Michael A. Pavone
We purchased this for our 3 year old grandson... other grandparent reviews encouraged us to do so... they were right!... we took our time and assembled it together... both of us... Read morePublished 2 months ago by John Webster Frost