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  • Beach Bus Toy Car by Candylab Toys features solid beech wood and water-based paints. Made sustainably, made to last, made for fun. This one is able to be modified into three different cars and comes with a magnetic surfboard!
  • Beach Bus Toy Car by Candylab Toys features solid beech wood and water-based paints. Made sustainably, made to last, made for fun. This one is able to be modified into three different cars and comes with a magnetic surfboard!
  • Beach Bus Toy Car by Candylab Toys features solid beech wood and water-based paints. Made sustainably, made to last, made for fun. This one is able to be modified into three different cars and comes with a magnetic surfboard!
  • Beach Bus Toy Car by Candylab Toys features solid beech wood and water-based paints. Made sustainably, made to last, made for fun. This one is able to be modified into three different cars and comes with a magnetic surfboard!
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Candylab Toys

Beach Bus Sunset Toy Car

Regular price $48.00 USD
Regular price Sale price $48.00 USD
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Beach Bus Toy Car by Candylab Toys features solid beech wood and water-based paints. Made sustainably, made to last, made for fun. 
A Beach Bus three ways! The modular, magnetic construction allows for a 3-in-1 configuration, with each style a distinct personality: A workhorse pick-up, a Beach Surf van, or a Camper pop-top. It comes with a unique magnetic surfboard that complements its colorway and magnetically snaps to the roof or flatbed of the truck.

About Candylab: Products that are made from stuff that grows, matures, spends some time as a toy, and returns back to mother Earth, without sickening anyone during its life cycle. Wood, soy inks, water-based paints, degradable rubber, and metal parts are all part of our old school way of making toys, with a modern design twist. We avoid plastic packaging like the plague that it is and continuously look for ways to make our supply chain more efficient.

Lastly, the beech we use in making our toys comes from North American, well-managed forests where we can trace its path to our woodworking shop.