When Fred Flintstone played golf, he used clubs made from sticks and rocks. Now you can hit the links prehistoric style with RSVLTS’ official Flintstones Flop Shot Freddy golf shirt. The comfortable spandex-blend polo is done up in Fred’s classic orange and black speckled fashion, with a teal collar inspired by his necktie.
Instead of regular wheels, Fred Flintstone’s car had cylinders like a steam roller. It was also powered by feet. Brick Technology built a LEGO Technic vehicle that preserves the cylindrical design but updated everything else, adding a powerful motor drive and the ability to corner and drift by flexing its front and rear sections.
Woodworker Carl Jacobson shows us the process of building a miniature replica of Fred’s prehistoric car from The Flintstones. He built the foot-powered “Flintmobile” from maple burl and walnut, with beautifully turned wood roller wheels. The leather chamois canopy offers protection from heat, rain, and pterodactyl poop.
Yabba Dabba Doo! The Bedrock Canopy Luxe helps you enjoy modern stone-age living in your pool or a quiet lake. Clearly inspired by Fred’s foot-powered car from The Flintstones, this deluxe lounger has room for two, a detachable sunshade, a cushy backrest, a small drink cooler, and two cup holders.
Based on a proposal by LEGO Ideas member Andrew Clark, set #21316 includes minifigs of the Flintstones Fred and Wilma, and their neighbors Barney and Betty. It comes with the Flintstone residence, their car and even a huge dinosaur rib. They left out Dino though.