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KidsWheels
Reviews of powerwheels for Girls! I originally started this site for my daughter and want to make sure we have an area that is dedicated to power wheels for girls. Power wheels modifications for girls or just reviews are all welcome. Dad can post reviews, but it has to be about/for a girly subject.
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By landon
#47970
gwinnythepooh wrote:I read all about this on your build thread. It looks great and she's gonna love it!!


Thanks, Gwinny. I sure hope she does! hell, even if she doesn't, I still do! lol
I wanted to add to the post that if anyone wants the Photoshop files or .jpgs of my custom emblems or decals, just let me know, I'm happy to share!
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By wired
#48003
Oh man, :shock: Your little girl is going to flip out on Christmas!!!!! I'm sure she (and your wife) will remember what you did. Very cool. I hope you have a happy holiday. Great job on the custom "fairyrock". :mrgreen:
Last edited by wired on Wed Dec 21, 2011 3:44 pm, edited 2 times in total.
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By landon
#54727
groovyone wrote:Very impressive! My daughter just got an older black Jeep hand me down and would probably LOVE it if I could get it looking even close to yours.


Thanks, groovy!
I'm sure you can get a similar look. I'm somewhat mechanically inclined, but never modded a PW before this one. All the info you need is here in the forums, somewhere. Search high and low, and you'll find all the answers! Good luck, and welcome to the sickness :lol:
Check out how I pimped it out on my project page:
viewtopic.php?f=19&t=6028
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By landon
#56706
hypeboy wrote:wow that's a nice toy for kids!!!! waaaaaa how much did it cost?


hell, I don't know... I lost track after a while! lol.
Somewhere in the neighborhood of $150, I'd guess. I think I paid $30 for the jeep, a little more than that on paint and such, then lights and misc electrical pieces parts (relays, switches, horn, etc)... ok, maybe closer to $200 with EVERYthing considered. but just the basic jeep and paint was probably less than $100.
#60713
Looks awesome. And still cheaper than going to Walmart and buying a brand new barbie jeep that looks the same as everyone elses.
By warhead71
#129065
Wow... I know this is an old thread, but just wanted say great job on this up-do. I'm doing a similar project with a $25 Jeep Hurricane for my daughter. Great tip on torching the wheels to take out some of the scratches... I'll try that tonight!
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By landon
#129102
warhead71 wrote:Wow... I know this is an old thread, but just wanted say great job on this up-do. I'm doing a similar project with a $25 Jeep Hurricane for my daughter. Great tip on torching the wheels to take out some of the scratches... I'll try that tonight!


Thanks, bud!
This is what started it all, lol...

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