This is the Cadbury Creme Egg Car, I believe there are 5 of them based at the Bourneville Factory in Birmingham UK. All I can find out about the make is that the chassis was built from Bedford Rascal and the Mirrors from a Citroen 2cv. Its just so huggable !
For the chocoholics among us the real deal !!
Oh boy, I’d love to slap a new paint job on that thing and park it in my drive. Beautiful! Though I was never a huge fan of Cadbury Creme Eggs. To gooey for me. But the car… that’s another matter entirely!
I love those damn eggs. I limit myself to one a season because the rest of my body hates them. However, the little car is calorie free and I’d love one of those! Maybe a tiny fleet of them!
Thank god AWMoK has a member like you overseas otherwise we’d be missing out on all the UK kitsch (or should I just say UKitsch?)
LOL… I’m thrilled too..
Great post… GREAT CAR!!!
I am wondering Douglas if I am the only member in the UK .Lisa my body hates them but they tempt you from all corners, I have just eaten Cadbury mini eggs, I wonder if they made a car to promote them, I will go search ….Easter Greeting everyone.
There are only 3 Creme Egg cars left now. There were 6 made in total, 4 Creme eggs and 2 mini eggs. The 3 that are left are all Creme eggs. I look after them and they are now kept at my house. They are based on a Bedford Rascal as you said.
When you say you look after them, what exactly does that mean? I’m very jealous as I’d love to be driving around in one of them! Are they still drivable?
Can we see some pictures of them please, what happened to the mini egg cars ???
I Keep the cars for Cadbury, clean them, repair them etc and take them round the country to Exhibitions. I used to drive them on the road but now i take them on a trailer as the cars are now 25 years old and driving long distance with them is a worry in case they breakdown. They will do 70 MPH. 3 cars have been scrapped. One was due to an accident and 2 due to age related problems. The mini egg cars didnt look as good as the Creme egg cars so they were changed to Creme eggs.
Oh my gosh, delicious chocolate goodness!