Pop 'N Play Police Station 1988 Sto&Go Play Set
Sto&Go's and Pop 'N Play's were Mattel's play systems that started in the
80's. Long before Hot Wheels World. Let's check out this simple playset
that can be collapsed so that you could stow and go!
The Bat Pod In The Hot Wheels Motor Cycles Line
Drivers? Rider! Collectors may not think that the higher price of these
packs are worth it but I love getting riders for the regular-sized Hot
Wheels Motorcycles! Check out Batman's Bat-Pod!
Hot Wheels COOL DOWN 6 Lane Raceway
Super slow motion high quality video of Hot Wheels cars crashing and
speeding into a backyard pool off an elevated deck. Only video like it on
YouTube, check it out! Leave a comment and SUBSCRIBE for more wacky videos.
And some reasonable ones too. :)
Matchbox Shark Pier Mini Playset
Here are the links to the other two playset reviews:
Matchbox Car Wash Mini Playset
Matchbox Bank Alarm Mini Playset
Also check out my Haunted Castle Adventure Set
2013 New Models Ford Vs Chevy
In the assortment at the November Kmart Collectors day were two 2013 New
Models. A Ford and a Chevy! What do you think of each model?
'13 Ford Mustang GT (HW
2013 Chevy Camaro
Special Edition (HW Showroom)
The track that I used in this video is the
Figure 8 Starter Set Track Set
PTDD08 Power Tower Demolition Derby Episode 08
Let's get ready to rumble! The models used in this episode are as follows:
Twin Mill III
'73 Ford Falcon
Ferrari 250 LM
1966 TV Batmobile
Zamac Hot Wheels Return For 2013!
It's been a while since we had ZAMAC cars at retail. Three cars showed up
at USA Walmart stores. There is no information yet if there will be more or
if other stores will be getting them.
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
Is The 2013 SWAT Truck A Treasure Hunt?
Mattel no longer uses a green stripe on the card to designate its Hot
Wheels Treasure Hunt series. It doesn't even say Treasure Hunt on the
package. Now, Mattel uses a circle-flame logo to designate its basic
Treasure Hunts. That logo has been in existence since around 2007. In this
video, I give my answer to whether or not I believe that the SWAT is a
Treasure Hunt and I also show some instances since 2007 where the logo has
been used. For more information regarding the 2013 Hot Wheels Treasure Hunt
and Segmenting, check out my video: