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!
2013 Q-case Hot Wheels Factory Sealed Case Unboxing QUP
Here's the last case code for 2013! Next month will be the A cases and the
first 2014 new models!
Hot Wheels Sealed Case Unboxing Playlist
Getaway Blackwalls set
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Lightning Brigade GMC 6X6 Truck
When I bought the orange GMC 6X6 JL Truck a couple months ago, I started
looking to see if other versions had been released. There were releases
that I don't remember seeing or I just overlooked.
2013 Hot Wheels '12 Camaro ZL1 Wheel Variation
I don't necessarily have to own every variation but if I know about it, I
will be sure to keep my eyes open! Check out the two different types of
wheels being found on the 2013 '12 Camaro ZL1. Judging by the base
codes, it the translucent wheels (E41) were produced first . The solid red
wheels are E42.
16 ft Drag Race Lamborghini vs. Ferrari !
Garage - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=35nYWFrsznE
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I meant *which not wich at the end of the video.
I do not own any of the music played.
Summit '67 Camaro Variation And Super Treasure Hunt Information
I didn't have time to identify the '67 Camaro's shown on the turn table.
Please check the list on the Hot Wheels Guide at the SouthTexasDiecast.com
(TexasHWCollectors.org is a mirror site in case STDC has web problems)
Here are some related videos especially if you love the '67 Camaro casting!
1983 Belt Buckle 3-Pack
Kool Toyz '67 Camaro
American Victory Olympic Camaro 3-Pack
AcceleRacers Drone Sweeper
Heads Up! Fast & Furious 6 SideKicks w/Supra, Skyline, Charger, Mustang
It appears that Walmart will be getting side-kicks of Official Movie
Merchandise with exclusive Fast & Furious Hot Wheels packages. The Movie
doesn't open until May 24 but you may find the eight Hot Wheels cars in
this release any time now.
#1/8 '70 Dodge Charger R/T , The Fast And The Furious card art
#2/8 Toyota Supra, The Fast And The Furious card art
#3/8 Nissan Skyline, 2 Fast 2 Furious card art
#4/8 '67 Ford Mustang, The
Fast And The Furious card art
#5/8 '70 Chevelle, Fast & Furious card art
#6/8 2009 Nissan GT-R, Fast Five card art
#7/8 '08 Dodge Challenger SRT8, Fast Five card art
#8/8 '11 Dodge Charger R/T, Fast Five card art
Off The Pegs: What every collector should have!
You gotta have... Preview video was here:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6GM_fcaOpEc Fast Cash, not Fast Fish LOL!,
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Fast Cash, not Fast Fish LOL!
Real Life Toy Story - Test Driving A Hot Wheels Camaro
let me preface this by screaming via [CAPS]...
I DROVE A HOT WHEELS Camaro!
sorry... I had to get that out.
I grew up in a time in which your imagination was the biggest toy in your
toybox (yes I had a toy box). A time when Star Wars was the blockbuster
summer hit and you could not find a kid in town that did not have a Big
Wheel. Back then, one of the hottest toys in the market was a model car
company called Hot Wheels (founded in 1968). This company, which was owned
by Mattel Toys made hands down the best 1:43 scale die cast car replicas
of every cool car you can think of. Unlike it's major competitor Matchbox,
Hot Wheels had distinguished itself by creating custom versions of popular
car models (specializing in muscle cars) that were tricked out by their
unique rims and candy paint jobs.
Needless to say I was an active collector of not only the cars, but a bunch
of the iconic orange track raceway sets you can drive the cars on. You just
were not cool unless had an opportunity to see your favorite car do stunts
on any one of the orange track sto -n- go playsets. Hot Wheels really
stepped up their game in the 80's when they created the first licensed
replicas of the Batmobile, Scooby Doo Mystery Machine, The GhostBusters
Ecto-1 car and every kid's favorite, K.I.T.T from the insanely popular TV
show "The Knight Rider". I can honestly say, my biggest dream second to
flying a Star Wars Tie Fighter as Luke Skywalker, was to someday drive a
real life Hot Wheels car. This is the dream that General Motors made come
true for me.
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