Johnny Lightning’s “Forever 64″ series isn’t about being stuck in the ‘sixties – it’s about keeping the fun of little cars alive by offering up some cool subjects at a more than decent price. This time around, the series (with well over twenty releases) includes a GMC 6×6 tanker with “Union 76″ markings, a ’58 Chevy Impala SS – the first offering in the Dennis Gage “My Classic Car” series – a ’59 Chevy panel delivery wearing trick silver and white paint and the “Doug Thorley Headers” logo, and a 1968 Chevy Camaro sporting “Cherry Bomb Mufflers” art on its roof. The folks at JL say that working with these real car brands is a blast – we say any time we can get models this small with this kind of detail, it’s a good thing.
Dec 26, 2012 No Comments
About the authorMichael Zarnock is an American author and columnist, who writes collector guides and articles about Hot Wheels toy cars and accessories. Michael's knowledge and his massive Hot Wheels collection has earned him notoriety around the world. Whether it be because of the 11 books and countless articles that he has written about Hot Wheels toys or the sheer size and diversity of his collection, this extensive knowledge has earned him the label, "One of the worlds leading Hot Wheels authorities." Michael is a 2 Time Guinness World Record holder! First in 2003 and then again in 2007! He is in the record books for owning the "Largest collection of different model cars". He is featured in the 2008 "Ripley's Believe It Or Not!" book #5 “Prepare To Be Shocked!” and the 2011 "Ripley's Believe It Or Not!" book "Utterly Crazy!" February 2009 Michael was inducted into the "Diecast Hall Of Fame" and later that year Mattel Hot Wheels ® honored Michael by reproducing his old Altered Roadster Race Car as part of their Nostalgic "Drag Strip Demons ®" Series!
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