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Flintstones Car of the Future

Flintstones Car of the Future

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.

Making a Wooden Flintstones Car

Making a Wooden Flintstones Car

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.

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Flintstones Car Pool Float

Flintstones Car Pool Float
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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.

LEGO Ideas: The Flintstones

LEGO Ideas: The Flintstones
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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.

The Flintstones: Jazz Cover

The Flintstones: Jazz Cover

Postmodern Jukebox takes us on a trip back to prehistoric times for a visit with Fred, Wilma, Barney, and Betty. Their jazzy instrumental rendition will have you longing for the days of brontosaurus burgers, foot-powered cars, and talking can openers.

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