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Old 12-16-2001, 17:46   #1 (permalink)
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Ford need these....

Imagine a FTR or GMS version, or even a T3!

Wondering what could possibly put a big smile on your youngster's face this Christmas?

You could try Peugeot's very stylish 206 CC pedal car. The 1CP (one childpower) single-seater has all the charisma of the full-sized 206 Coupé Cabriolet, and will turn more than a few heads in the playground.

Its sleek lines, silver grey bodywork and realistic instrument panel make it a winner in the pedal car beauty stakes, while its child-power assisted steering makes negotiating gardens a breeze. And, while sturdily built, it's makers say the car is light enough not to strain Santa's back when he carries it down the chimney on Christmas Eve.

Peugeot says the full-sized 206 CC has also proved hugely popular, with over 200 orders already taken in Australia since its launch in October. While there's a waiting list for the 'real thing', the pedal car is available immediately from Peugeot dealerships nationwide. This pint-sized charmer provides masses of top-down driving fun for just $300.00. For those little ones who've been very, very good, there's even an electric 306 Cabriolet, priced at $660.00.
You know, somebody actually complimented me on my driving today. They left a little note on the windscreen. It said, 'Parking Fine.'So that was nice.

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I'll take a T3 version thanks. Man could I have some fun flying down my street in one of them!
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Something tells me if there was a T3 version, first thing that would go is the spoiler! Can't really see it lasting all that long in a child's car! :bs6:
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