It dates back to the 1980s, originally selling in Harrods as a ‘luxury toy’ for a serious chunk of money. It isn’t cheap now either, but it sounds like the price has dropped over the years.
But the car is much the same, complete with red leather padded seats, matching carpets, a working radio / cassette player, horn, working lights and of course, a petrol engine.
The car has apparently been serviced over the years and according to the seller, it ‘starts and runs great’.
The downside? Well, finding somewhere for a child to drive it is obviously one. The other is that asking price, which is £3,800.