Kacey Lomeli from Orange, CA., is your average six-year-old that goes to school; the only thing that really sets her apart is her 1958 Cadillac pedal car that has a few thousand dollars invested into it! "My dad ordered the car and built it for me. He wanted to create a different and unique pedal car that no one has ever done before," says the proud owner. Her father, Luis Lomeli, installed a functional custom air ride suspension on the pedal car from his Donkey's Customs shop in Orange, CA. The bodywork was done by Rock and Roll also out of Orange, CA., and the custom skirts came courtesy of Greg from Elite. Mike Lamberson did the pinstripes, while Fonzy added the mural. "The little girl in the mural is from the "Monsters, Inc." movie and I chose that because it looks like my little girl," beams the proud papa. "Ismael of Westcoast Upholstery in Corona, CA., stitched the leather and crocodile interior. Salas Engraving of West Covina, CA., added all the engraving, and Meo Mag of Santa Ana, CA., handled all the chrome plating. "I would like to thank my daddy for the Caddy, and my brothers Isaac, Luis, Lia, my grandparents and Uniques club members for believing in me."