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BestChoiceproducts Set of 8 Push and Go Friction Powered Animal Cars, Panda, Lion, Dog, Cat, Sheep, Tiger and Elephant

Item# SPM8055837208 | Model# SKY2052 | Added on January 24, 2018 |
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BestChoiceproducts Set of 8 Push and Go Friction Powered Animal Cars, Panda, Lion, Dog, Cat, Sheep, Tiger and Elephant
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Best Choice Products presents you these fun animal friction cars.

This friction car set includes 8 funny animal characters riding colorful cars with real moving action. The many characters include: a cute panda, a loyal dog, a fierce lion, a big elephant, a cuddly sheep, a sneaky tiger, and a curious cat. The colorful animal characters will keep your child’s attention and leave them having endless fun. The animals are also equipped with heads that move as they ride away. Wind up the toys and let them zoom right past your child as they laugh and smile trying to chase the cars.

NEW PRODUCT WITH FACTORY PACKAGING

  • Friction Powered, wind 'em up and let 'em go
  • 7 Bright and colorful different style animal: Panda, Sheep, Dog, Cat, Elephant, tiger, Lion
  • No Batteries Required!
  • Recommended age: 18 months and above
  • Safe, quiet, fun!
  • SPECIFICATIONS:

  • Product Dimensions: 3”x 2.5”x2.5”
  • Weight:0.7 lbs
  • Color: Multi color
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  • Our digital images are as accurate as possible. However, different monitors may cause colors to vary slightly.
  • Some of our items are handcrafted and/or hand finished. Color can vary and slight imperfections in the metal work are normal and considered evidence of the hand-finishing process, which adds character and authenticity to those items.
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