We all love pedal cars, and recently Elmer’s Auto & Toy Museum is selling more than just a few cars from its collection via Mecum Auctions. Over 800 classic pedal cars are up for sale at the Auction. Some of these classic cars are more than 100 years old and include a 1920s Steelcraft Buick pedal car. Or the 1927 American National Lincoln pedal car with some original parts like the windshield frame, spare disc tire, and hood ornament. The current 1950s Hamilton Jeep Wrecker with two horns and an AMF Red Mustang is up for a bid.
Except for these pedal cars, some at auction have been updated and repainted over the years. So these cars are not to keep as collectible but rather use for kids to ride it. We think the airplanes painted on their sides might be the perfect ones for the kids to play with. The Mark C-Cab pedal car is painted to look like a Conoco oil truck for the adults to play with. Elmer’s Auto & Toy Museum also offers a Champion model for those who love pedal cars more than the cars themselves. The car has been modified and restored into a remote-controlled car with a doll driver.
There are over 2000 items at the auction including 230 bicycles and tricycles with 120 sleds, carriages, and ride-on toys. The auction will be up from 14-17 with the bidding prices already mentioned. New ride-on pedal cars will start from $100 to $1000.