For the past 10 years or so, during the month of December, through its hotwheelscollectors.com website, Mattel has been offering a complete Master Set of all its mainline Hot Wheels cars to the public for $549.99 plus shipping. They are offered in limited quantities; in past years, the quantity has been 500, then 700. For […]
Ford’s mid-size muscle machine underwent many changes in just a few years — transforming from Fairlane to Torino with no fewer than 5 major body style revisions in 10 years. The final 2 are arguably the coolest, so we’ve pitted Johnny Lightning’s 1970 Torino GT Fastback against Hot Wheels flaming 1972 Gran Torino coupe. Both […]
Well ok – make that a Head-to-Head-to-Head! Normally our Head-to-Heads are just two cars, but since these cars are so tiny we decided to make it a 3-way mighty microcar shootout. We’ve got the classic Brit Morris Mini versus the JDM hero Honda City Turbo II versus the modern Italian Fiat 500. All feature racy […]
In case you haven’t heard, Majorette has returned to the US 1:64 market, and we’re starting to see them show up on store shelves. A recent foray to Toys ‘R’ Us netted me a Green-Go Challenger Hellcat from Majorette along with a yellow Lil Red Express from Hot Wheels. With two post-muscle Mopars in one […]
Batfleck’s Ride Does the Tradition Justice Author: Matt Boyd Model: Batmobile from 2016’s Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice Mfr: Hot Wheels Genre: Movie Car Scale: 1:18 Price: $150 est What We Like: Sleeker,Speedier Return to Batform Lots of opening/moving pieces Functional suspension It’s a phenomenon unique to the franchise film: fans dissect each […]
Coming this spring you will be able to walk into any Chevy dealership and order yourself an authentic Hot Wheels Special Edition Camaro you can drive every day! The thing so many Hot Wheels fans have been dreaming about since they could hold a diecast car and make racing engine and squealing tire noises (oh […]
When Hot Wheels released their first 16 cars in 1968, it was clear that most of them were based on customized versions of recognizable street cars, but one of the most popular was a modified 1950 Oldsmobile. In 1961, customizer/cartoonist Ed “Big Daddy” Roth took an Olds frame, shortened it a bit, and added some […]
And after watching this video of POV action (via a custom Hot-Wheel’d GoPro), you’re gonna want to bust open a few of the blister cards on some HW Race Team cars, lay down some track and try some of these stunts yourself. Hat-tip to Gizmodo for link to the clip.
Yup – that’s the real deal. The guys from PlayTape pulled some strings to get this original Beach Bomb to help launch their new Hot Wheels-licensed track tape. Valued at $100k+, this Beach Bomb is the most valuable Hot Wheels you’re ever likely to see!