Evan got his Lightning McQueen Powerwheel as a Christmas Gift when he was 2 years old. His dad decided to replace the plastic wheels with rubber tires and metal rims because he had worn through the plastic wheels after 3 years of use. Subsequently, smaller changes were made every few weeks – and now the car consists of: an aluminum back half chassis, 24 volts dual sealed gel batteries, sparco battery cut off switch, a 500 watt .66 horsepower electric motor, disk brake, and throttle modulated variable speed control with reverse.
To remember how to put the components of an engine back together, the creator snapped 3000 pictures of the process.
It doesn’t end well when a $225,000 Lamborghini Gallardo races through turn on a Chicago suburb street.
These autos are going to be compressed and shipped to Japan, then return to the US as brand new Toyotas and Datsuns (Nissan). Taken in 1974.
A teen driver attempts a hit and run, but is blocked in by a bus driver.