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Car Cake (Tin Assessment)

This is a marvellous novelty car cake tin /pan made by Wilton. I made this cake hurriedly for my son who is turning 9 months tomorrow.

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Make the cake your Pixar's Car themed party in the shape of your little one's hero with this cake pan! The Cars Cake Pan is a tin pan that is in the shape of Lightening McQueen.

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Make the cake your Pixar's Car themed party in the shape of your little one's hero with this cake pan! The Cars Cake Pan is a tin pan that is in the shape of Lightening McQueen.


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