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post #1 of 8 (permalink) Old 10-30-2007, 11:02 AM Thread Starter
 
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Who Remembers POWER WHEELS?

This video brought back soooo many great memories with my Power Wheel Jeep. I bet no one on here has seen a Power Wheel go this fast, or used in the manner before, haha. Here is the link:
http://www.burlysports.com/video/185...e/power+wheels
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I thought the dude was dead when he was hydroplaning backwards going into that curb, hellacious flip, lol.
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^ yeah, -:37 has got to be the most funniest part of this clip. That guy goes flying in the pink corvette....lol
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LoL,
Power wheels weren't invented yet when I was young and dumb enough to do stuff like that. Picture the same thing except we used old wheel chairs and skateboards...
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hahaha, that would be funny, wheel chairs
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LoL,
Power wheels weren't invented yet when I was young and dumb enough to do stuff like that. Picture the same thing except we used old wheel chairs and skateboards...
Same here. Except we used to build our own carts -- a little plywood, rollerskates for front wheels, bicycle wheels for the rear (had to have the muscle car look! LOL), rope steering and big push down a long paved hill!


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"...Pow-pow-power Wheels...!"

Dang, now I have that commercial stuck in my head
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I remember getting my oldest a Big Foot power wheel.... Damn thing ate those expensive batteries up. I had 2 sets of batteries and they spent more time charging then they did in use.

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