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Plain Finish Pedal Car Kit

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Comes new with an electrostatically-applied finish to prtect the body, this does not need to be removed in order to paint the car, but can simply be scuffed.
Plain Finish Pedal Car Kit
Plain Finish Pedal Car Kit
Plain Finish Pedal Car Kit
Plain Finish Pedal Car Kit
Plain Finish Pedal Car Kit
Plain Finish Pedal Car Kit

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  • This product is discontinued.

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Surprise someone special by building them a custom pedal car. Ready to paint and assemble. Turn it into a kid's personalized cruiser or super sleek race car.

This complete all metal kit comes with all the parts, hardware and assembly instructions you'll need to build a complete car and includes heavy duty solid rubber pedals, tires and front and rear bumpers.

The hub caps, hood emblem and steering wheel come beautifully chrome plated.

918-0009 Instructions (pdf)

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Our most recent supply of these cars has arrived with the non-chromed components having an electrostatically-applied finish. This finish works as a very effective primer/sealer. This finish prevents rust or corrosion both in storage and shipment, as well as throughout the life of the car.

This powder coat finish does not need to be removed. Simply use a scotchbrite pad or similar fine sandpaper to "scuff" the finish, apply a wax and grease remover, then apply your chosen paint color. If the finish is scuffed adequately beforehand, you can even apply body filler directly over the top. 

If you decide you like the powdercoat gray color, you could assemble the car as-is and it would remain just as corrosion-free as a normally-painted car. 

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