Nate Stahley, of Clarksville, TN, recently took delivery of a real life Mario Kart, won in a GameStop Mario Kart 7 giveaway last December.
The fully-functional Kart was built by Corona, CA car remodeling company West Coast Customs, the home of the Discovery Channel's Street Customs.
WCC also built a real-life version of Luigi's Bumble V car, which is now at home in Nintendo of America's Redmond, WA headquarters.
The cars aren't exactly street legal, but they can reach a top speed of 30 mph. And fortunately, there are no accompanying IRL blue shells to watch out for.