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Are metal pedal cars a good idea for a present for a 4 year old?

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Yes. Metal pedal toys went out of style in the '70s with the introduction of plastic toys in the market. But pedal toys in general are still very used and appreciated in families with young kids, and while the plasti ones are lighter and cheaper, the metal ones provide a great traditional enjoyiment for many years to come, as the metal is much more resistant and durable than plastic, and at the same time can be passed from generation to generation. The metal also provides the possibility to customize the car and therefore make the present even more personal and appreciated.

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http://www.ismacs.net/home.html
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http://www.sewmuse.co.uk/

http://www.tias.com/stores/relics/

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