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Pink Thing of The Day: Abandoned Pink Minnie Mouse Toy Car

Abandoned Pink Minnie Mouse Toy Car By Gail Worley
All Photos By Gail

Oh, what fun it is to spot treasures in the trash. I can’t help but wonder what decided the sad fate of this very fun-looking pink toy car, whose official name is the Disney Minnie Mouse Hot Rod Coupe Ride-On Toy by Kid Trax. While this polka dot marvel does not look terribly Hot Rod-like to me, it sure is a sweet ride. Let’s check it out!

Disney Minnie Mouse Hot Rod Coupe By Gail Worley

This car features a Reclining Passenger Seat, and the dual side mirror appears to be in good working condition.

Disney Minnie Mouse Hot Rod Coupe By Gail Worley

Drive in luxurious comfort with the spacious Minnie Mouse-Shaped Driver’s side Headrest! Also note: Vanity License Plates!

Hello Kitty fans surely will appreciate the Bow detail on the windshield. Factory-fresh models sell for $267.00 (plus shipping) on sale now at Walmart!

Spotted On Avenue C Between 5th and 6th Streets, East Village, NYC.

Pink Thing Of The Day: Battery Operated Pink Jeep For a Child

Miniature Pink Jeep
All Photos By Gail

When I claimed that my vacation time spent in the lovely city of Chicago had provided me with multiple months of delightful things to feature in this blog, I was not at all exaggerating. Check out this rad battery-powered Pink Jeep for kids! I walked by this while strolling about look at the sites.

Miniature Pink Jeep

A wee bit of Googling took me to this page on the Wal-Mart Website, where the Jeep, referred to as a “ride-on truck,” is feted in irresistibly glowing terms:

“Nothing’s better than cruising in your truck, the sun shining down, and a juice box in hand. Start ’em young and add a car to the garage with this ride-on truck, complete with in-car and remote-control steering. Adventure awaits: get some grass in the treads of those traction wheels and conquer the backyard with a spring suspension system. Our trucks are built large, scaled small, for your little one’s biggest adventures.”

Yeah, Baby!  The Jeep is from Best Choice Products (who make other models of cars for kids as well) and sells for $299 retail. Sweet Ride!

Sweet Ride

Pink Thing of The Day: Pink Remote Control Cars for Girls!

Remote Control Cars

This Weeks Pink Thing of The Day is a Guest Post Contributed By Jen Dukson

Gone are the times when girls were supposed to sit tight and play with their Barbies! Nowadays, parents understand that our tastes and likes are not defined by our gender, but by our personality — a girl with a strong personality must have a Pink Remote Controlled Car!

Why pink? Because Pink is the color of joy, and it takes a stand in this world filled with dark, pretentious colors. Pink is an innocent color, and when you see it on an RC rally car or a monster truck, you know that toy is tons of fun.

However, kids still need adult protection and that’s why I can only recommend RC vehicles suited for beginners. Big trucks and fast RC cars are indeed amazing and come with lots of features but they can also be dangerous for small children. Still, if your girl is mature enough to understand responsibilities, you should browse the list with Best RC Trucks for Sale – Top 10 Reviews. When your baby girl grows up, she can lease a car, for further info click here.

On the other hand, if your small girl likes cars and wants to be a driver someday, one of the two models below will definitely make her day!

#1: 1:16 R/C Assortment 2012 Ford Mustang Boss 302- M. Vehicle
Ford Mustang Boss

A beautiful pink RC car for a beautiful girl who is just learning how to drive! This car is mostly recommended for small children (under 7 years old). The car doesn’t come with lots of features and because it is a small version (1/16th scale) you shouldn’t let your child drive it outside. Still, it is a lot of fun to drive it inside and works on a wide range of surfaces. Even more, it comes with a sticker sheet so your little girl can get creative on her brand new car’s design.

I like it for the gorgeous design and because it is quite durable in spite of the small size and plastic body. Still, make sure to not leave it around toddlers – they love putting everything in their mouths!

#2: Traxxas 58034-1-PINK 1/10-Scale 2WD Short Course Racing Truck

Traxxas 58034-1-PINK
The Traxxas truck is bigger than the first option (1/10 scale) and it comes with a lot more features and power. While it’s not one of those remote control drift cars, it is impressive when you drive it outside, on rough terrain. It is also quite fast and comes in several color versions, but we’re only covering pink RC cars today. It is also equipped with a NiMH battery that can be recharged and the Titan 12-Turn 550 Modified motor for increased power.

This cute truck is every racer girl’s dream came true as it looks bad ass and it behaves just like a real racing truck! Even more, if your girl is passionate about engineering, this is the perfect RC car for her as many elements resemble a true car’s inner design.

Both cars are a good fit for beginners as well, but for an adult, I would recommend the Traxxas. The control system is easy to understand but it’s also ingenious and fit for someone who understands how radio control works.  In any case, RC driving is a fun activity that will help parents bond with kids while the young ones develop their creativity and sense of competition.

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Author Jen Dukson has a passion for geeky toys, especially drones. During the weekends, she loves to visit parks with her pet and play fetch.

Pink Thing of The Day: Taxidermy Rats Driving a Hot Pink Sports Car!

Rats in Pink Sports Car
All Photos By Gail

People say to me all the time, “Gail, where do you find the amazing Pink Things you put on your blog?” And I say to them: “I find the everywhere!” This pair of Taxidermy White Rats driving a Hot Pink Sports Car (yes, I just typed that) was spotted in the gift shop at the Morbid Anatomy Museum in Brooklyn. I did not ask if it was actually for sale.

Rats in Pink Sports Car

It is obvious that they are about to drive off the edge of a “cliff,” all Thelma and Louise-style.

Rats in Pink Sports Car

But look how much fun they’re having! Wee!