Parents pimping toy cars for their children
It seems you are never too young to have a tuned "supercar".
In the US, a father and son duo are customising old toy cars and turn them into luxury cars for kids.
Drew Pettigrew Junior launched his company Kidstance in 2011 after he built a car for his then "whining" five-year-old, Nate
From there, Kidstance, based in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, has grown to where it builds "kids' cars" for customers across the US.
Pettigrew reveals that sharing his passion for cars with his son has also been a fabulous spinoff of the enterprise.
"KidStance's goal is to extend this bonding experience to car enthusiasts of all ages," the company says on its Facebook page.
"It is an honour to be able to inspire, influence, and introduce the next generation to the car scene while creating a unique product experience that maintains the essence of childhood"
The "tuning" effect on these "toys" is seemingly endless as are the models that can be created - trucks, SUVs, vans and supercars - all can be customised to whatever the parents or children wish.
Interiors can even include video screens and high-end stereo units, reversing cameras.
Bottom line is that some projects can be completed for around US$500 (NZ$674) but the company has completed vehicles that were 10 times that.