2012 Ford GTX1 Variations

Mar 25, 2012 3 Comments by

Look closely to the 2012 Faster Than Ever Ford GTX1. There is a base Variation along with a side stripe Variation. One base has a large Hot Wheels Logo in the center and the other has it smaller with “© 2006 Mattel”

The one with the larger logo has a light brown side stripe and the other base version has a much darker brown side stripe.

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3 Responses to “2012 Ford GTX1 Variations”

  1. Richard Cleary says:

    Looks like a stylized interpretation of the 1967 Ford J-Car.

  2. Lesa Rasure says:

    Maybe it’s just me, but this car like some others have a shiny and dull axle version. Small, yet where do you draw the line?

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