This is not the first time we’ve come across overwhelmingly awesome kids mini-cars that put a typical (or even juiced) Power Wheel to shame. Well, at least in terms of awesomeness. We’re not sure this 1:1.5 scale Lambo, with full steel frame and kevlar-reinforced body is all that much of a speed demon with a 5hp Brigg’s and Straton hooked to a two speed transaxle. Luckily, it looks like there’s plenty of room back there for any number of powerplants from a certain motorcycle manufacturer a mere 27 minutes down the road.
Take a guess and the price and hit the jump for some of the crazy details on this thing.
Per the seller:
Extremely rare, hand made 1-1.5 scale Countach. It is red with black leather interior, square tube frame, independent suspension, rear disc brakes, Momo steering wheel, 2 speed gearbox with forward and reverse. rack and pinion steering, and scissor doors, correct Countach replica wheels.
It weighs about 615 lbs and comes with its own trailer (for an extra $1500). We’re particularly smitten by the quality of the interior. Apparently it was one of the halo toys from the 1986 FAO Schwartz catalog. Not surprisingly, it’s for sale in Malibu, CA, home to the people who actually do buy those kinds of things.
Slightly more surprising? The price: starting bid is $10,000, buy-it-now is $17,000.