[ While his mother wasn't looking, a three-year old bought a Barbie-pink Nissan Figaro for nearly $16,000 on eBay, by using his mom's eBay account and "quick buy" option. ] I agree. What's the point of waiting for your mom to buy you a pink Nissan convertible for your 18th birthday, when you can buy it now using her eBay account. Or credit card. Or two bags of stashed banknotes she's been hiding under the bed. These days babies are getting so mature so early, that you don't wanna buy them toy cars unless you wanna be the laughing stock of the playground. They need real cars, yo. And real dough. So next time you wanna buy
'em presents for Christmas, forget Wal-Mart and think Nissan dealer and gun dealer. Your kids will love you for it.
In this contest you are asked to design cars made for babies or kids. Take existing car models and redesign them to kids liking - e.g. make them smaller, compact, change seat and door quantity, make larger lights, add additional devices, etc. Car paintjobs are welcome but not on their own - your cars need to be redesigned too.
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This contest is fueled by the following news: Jack Neal loves cars. Jack Neal is three years old. In fact, the little boy loves cars so much that while his mother was not looking, tiny chap purchased a Barbie pink Nissan Figaro online at eBay for $16,000. His mother, Rachel, said she had been on eBay but thought she had logged out. In fact, she was connected to eBay and her son jumped in front of the computer behind her and pushed the buy it now button for the car. The boy's parents did not know of the sale until they heard from an auto dealer, David Jones. Jones thought he had made what would have been his first Internet based car sale. In the end, Jones had a good sense of humor and re-listed the car for sale. He said that he had a two and half year and perfectly understood how the situation could have occurred.