‘Flintstones’ Car Stolen From CA Lot

A 200-pound replica of the iconic “car” from The Flintstones was stolen from the front of World’s Best Comics in California, where it had attracted fans both young and old. The car, constructed of two 55-gallon oil drums mounted to a wood frame, only lasted two weeks until someone with sticky fingers decided to lift the vehicle right from the lot. How, you ask? That part is still a mystery. “It doesn’t roll. It was meant to float on water,” store owner Dave Downey told CBS Sacramento. Should you spot this massive machine cruising on land (or sea) and return the car to its rightful owner, your efforts will be rewarded with a “six-pack of Cactus Cooler.”