Speedy Post Man Pat Van

Some of the world’s fastest sports cars have been put to shame after a couple of petrol heads have modified a coin-operated POSTMAN PAT VAN to reach speeds of more than 100 mph. The childhood favourite coin-operated ride was bought for £250 from eBay and was transformed into the roadworthy Pat Van, which has won the title of Fastest Coin-Operated Ride in the Guinness Book of Records, after it reached an incredible 101.36 mph at York Raceway.

 Some of the world's fastest sports cars have been put to shame after a couple of petrol heads have modified a coin-operated POSTMAN PAT VAN to reach speeds of more than 100 mph. The childhood favourite coin-operated ride was bought for £250 from eBay and was transformed into the roadworthy Pat Van, which has won the title of Fastest Coin-Operated Ride in the Guinness Book of Records, after it reached an incredible 101.36 mph at York Raceway.

 Some of the world's fastest sports cars have been put to shame after a couple of petrol heads have modified a coin-operated POSTMAN PAT VAN to reach speeds of more than 100 mph. The childhood favourite coin-operated ride was bought for £250 from eBay and was transformed into the roadworthy Pat Van, which has won the title of Fastest Coin-Operated Ride in the Guinness Book of Records, after it reached an incredible 101.36 mph at York Raceway.

 Some of the world's fastest sports cars have been put to shame after a couple of petrol heads have modified a coin-operated POSTMAN PAT VAN to reach speeds of more than 100 mph. The childhood favourite coin-operated ride was bought for £250 from eBay and was transformed into the roadworthy Pat Van, which has won the title of Fastest Coin-Operated Ride in the Guinness Book of Records, after it reached an incredible 101.36 mph at York Raceway.

 Some of the world's fastest sports cars have been put to shame after a couple of petrol heads have modified a coin-operated POSTMAN PAT VAN to reach speeds of more than 100 mph. The childhood favourite coin-operated ride was bought for £250 from eBay and was transformed into the roadworthy Pat Van, which has won the title of Fastest Coin-Operated Ride in the Guinness Book of Records, after it reached an incredible 101.36 mph at York Raceway.