When you were a kid, going to the grocery store was always a boring time. You had to stay next to your parents, and they bought boring things like vegetables. If you were lucky, you could convince them to pick up some cookies, but that was about it. The best part would come while they were at the checkout, as there were actually things to entertain a child. I’m talking about the little fake ponies that you could ride for a quarter.
If you didn’t get your fill of fake pony rides as a kid, now you can buy one of your very own. This Classic Storefront Champion Ride is not just any pony, either. It’s an exact reproduction of one made back in the 1950’s, and named after Gene Autry’s famous horse. It will even play an excerpt from The William Tell Overture while bucking up and down. You’ll have to be desperate to relive your childhood if you’re willing to pony up $6,500 for this ride. On the bright side, the free play button means you don’t have to keep pumping quarters into it.