Happy Easter! (Hot Wheels)
Here is my Jammers case of Easter models. For information on how to find
the Jammers cases, search my videos for Jammers Ship To Store and the link
is in the description of that video.
Hot Wheels Light Speeders Lightbrush Lab Product Review
For more information, please visit:
I did a long-form video so that you would get a real-time understanding of
the product. Sure, I could have done quick cuts and fancy angles but I am
doing a review, not a sales job for Mattel =) But if you do want to
purchase the set, you can visit my website for more information. Thanks!
Trick Tracks Speed Hill
Trick tracks were a popular series a few years ago. If you want to see more
sets in action, here is a link to my Trick Tracks Playlist
Models used in this video are the Muscle Tone, Phantom Racer, Off Track,
Fast Felion, Dodge XP-07, 2009 Corvette Stingray Concept, Honda Spocket,
1997 Ford F-150
Hot Wheels T-Rex Take Down Product Review
The Hot Wheels T-Rex Take Down was introduced for the 2011-2012 toy season.
It is available at several toy stores for under $25. Kids will love the
sound effects. Check out the video to see the action!
Track Time! Hot Wheels FTE vs FTE2
I did a follow-up video located here:
In late 2011, Mattel released a new version of the faster Than Ever wheels. Actually, I assume
that the nickel-plated axles are still the same but they changed what style
of wheel that they are going to use on the faster Than Ever releases.
The original FTE Wheels are actually "Open Hole 5 spoke" and they paint
them copper when used with the FTE cars. According to the wheel chart at
http://www.southtexasdiecast.com/whee..., these new FTE2 wheels are called
"Trapezoid 5 Spoke". When those are copper colored, the axle should be
nickel-plated to make them faster
What makes FTE cars faster? Check
Inside Story: faster Than Ever
Mustang vs. Camaro
The Ford Mustang vs. the
Chevrolet Camaro go one
lap around Consumer Reports' auto test track pitting two V6 engines with
6-speed manual transmission and more than 300 horsepower each. Which of
these muscle cars comes out on top? Find out more about the Mustang and the Camaro on our website:
Hot Wheels 8 lane race track!!
We built this 8 lane track to fit on the kitchen table. As you can see the
track curves up into the window, this lets the cars roll backward instead
of coming to an abrupt stop keeping them from damage, but as you see they
sometimes have a mishap. We slowed each race down to see the cars better,
they run over 400 est. mph. Enjoy!!!