Junior 2/3-Scale 1956 Corvette C1

The Junior 35 MPH Classic Corvette (Image courtesy Hammacher Schlemmer)
By Andrew Liszewski

Remember when you were a kid, and you got back to school from Christmas vacation and everyone would try to impress everyone else with all the presents they got? Well whatever kid finds this under their tree would instantly win that debate. The term ‘go-kart’ just doesn’t seem to apply to this 2/3-scale replica of a 1956 Corvette C1. Powered by a 6.9HP, 107cc four-stroke engine the Junior Corvette can reach speeds of up to 35mph and features an automatic transmission with forward, neutral and reverse. It can support 2 riders up to 330lbs making it compatible with kids grown-up kids alike, and is available from none other than Hammacher Schlemmer for $32,000.

[ The Junior 35 MPH Classic Corvette ]

6 thoughts on “Junior 2/3-Scale 1956 Corvette C1”

  1. It could be worth a million dollars in 100 yrs. I'm going to buy a fleet of them and give one to every person in my NE Town. I've got a pizza place there and I often do good deeds for people.

  2. I loved my barbie car when I was little. This just goes to show kids today are spoiled. lol nah, I'm just jealous that I'm not that small and can't get one for myself.

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