Bumper cars you can drive on the road? You bet your
This is a ’53 Lusse is propelled by a 500cc Kawasaki motor. No additional paint was added to this beauty, it came as is.
As the license plates suggests, the “ALFA CAR” is modeled after the classic Alfa Romeos of the time. Just like the other Austrian import, this one features a 500cc motor with a 6-speed transmission.
This ’41 Lusse came from Petaluma, California. It is powered by a 750cc Kawasaki 4-cylinder motor.
Coming from the “Motor City,” this ’36 Lusse is the oldest model of the group. Featuring the “HOT IDEA” license plate, this baby is powered by a 750cc Yamaha motor.
This ’39 Lusse really likes to brag about being street legal — just check out the “DMV OK” license plate. While the flames might suggest it’s the speediest of the group, it’s actually only powered by a Kawasaki 500cc motor.
This Austrian baby bears a resemblance to the 1958 Corvette. It was built with a Jordan Engineering Performance 500cc motor with a 6-speed transmission.
The “HRLYWUD” may be the sexiest car in the lot. The wood panels and classic paint job bring out the feel of the late ‘40s. Another Kawasaki 500cc motor propels this beauty down the streets.
A look at the fabrication done to the inside of "HRLYWUD." The amount of detail that went in to each one of these bumper cars is insane!
The bright orange “IBBUMPN” came all the way from New York. This ’48 Lusse is touted as the fastest bumper car in the world — thanks to its 750cc Kawasaki 4-cylinder motor.