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Mountain Boy Sledworks Citrus Scooter

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Mountain Boy Sledworks Citrus Scooter
Remember when Michael J. Fox ripped the box off the old scooter to make a skateboard in Back to the Future? Mountain Boy has re-created the classic orange-crate scooter that was so popular in the 1940s and 1950s. It's stronger than the original, with a solid birch deck, a sturdy pine box and a hand-carved willow handle. And it uses skateboard trucks instead of your little sister's roller skate wheels. The scooter is decorated with vintage artwork - add tin cans for lights and bottle caps for decoration. Mountain Boy uses only stainless-steel bolts and coats all surfaces with a lead-free marine-grade finish. The Citrus Scooter meets all ASTM and USC child safety criteria.
  • Nostalgic orange crate scooter
  • Solid pine box and birch deck
  • Smooth-running skateboard wheels and trucks
  • Adult assembly required.
  • 33???L x 24???W x 36???H
  • Weight limit: 150lbs
  • For ages 3 and up
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1 Year limited warranty applies to defects in materials and workmanship.

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Nostalgia in design, not in price!

By Brett

from Westland, MI

About Me Concerned grandparent


  • Attractive Design
  • Easy To Learn
  • Lightweight


  • FAR too expensive
  • Too Expensive

Best Uses

  • For display

Comments about Mountain Boy Sledworks Citrus Scooter:

This is a nostalgia piece, more for adult's memories and display than for kids' use. It's too bulky to be used as a practical scooter or skateboard, and WAY too expensive to really compare to the old "board and skate wheels" scooters of yesteryear. The addition of skateboard trucks ruin it as real nostalgia, but it's too bulky to be of any use as a viable modern ride. If you want a wall-hanger decoration, and have lots of extra, disposable income, go ahead and write a check! If you want your kids to share your memories of "the old days," then find some old skates and a board, and make a real skooter with them.

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