I'd give myself about 40 minutes of pushing one of these hot rod fendered strollers around before dinging and scratching it up beyond recognition from skimming walls and banging into corners. Pushing a kid cart around is so hard. Especially when it contains an actual kid and not just my ex-girlfriend's Shih Tzu. On top of exerting muscular force and steering, you also have to watch for lateral projectiles in the form of bottles and binkies and stuffed Elmos, as well as periodically check to make sure your cargo is still alive. Expecting me not to destroy a multi-thousand-dollar stroller customized in the likeness of my favorite bad boy car of the 40s, 50s, and 60s on top of it all is entirely unreasonable.
But those who feel up to the challenge can contact Kid Kustoms and request one of 10 custom-painted Roddlers. Hand-built from grade 6061 T6 aluminum, Roddlers all include stainless hardware, leatherette upholstery, leafspring and hairpin suspension, a pivoting front 52-spoke wheel, an adjustable handle bar, and white wall tires. Lead time for fabrication and shipment after oder was 10 weeks at printing.
Muchas danke to HiConsumption.