This H.W.S.F. is one of the best factory graphics package I’ve seen.
I love that car culture started here and spread to the entire world. Now the whole world has made car culture their own and is sharing it with us. Lessons learned from Rock and Roll…. Rock On!
Side by side comparison between the Mainline and the blister pack id.
This Super Rig is one of my favorite recent additions. Aggressive and styled, it’s Begging to be customized. I did have to give it a proper trailer car, no way this thing wastes its time delivering ATV’s.
Stunning Team Transport with Detail that larger than life imagery only begins to tax, not all Hot Wheels are created equal, lol.
Please enjoy this trip back to 25 cent gas, Gassers, Drag Strips, Race Tracks, and paint jobs that turned every head
One Custom Chopper (unknown make) and one Canyon Cruiser. Both are well used, from bent handlebars to bent rims, the former owner did drive these into the literal dirt
This well used car is in great shape considering it’s age. Last produced in 2003, I wrecked more than a few with black cats.
4/10 in the 2020 X-Raycers series, this Hot Wheels original hides a secret.
Looking for a four leaf clover? Beware of predators setting a trap for you.
These cars were found at the bottom of a yard sale track set. Not one straight axle. Worn wheels, gouged bases, scraped tampos, all damage leads me to believe each car was worth a thousand kid smiles before I found them.
Mod Rod w/a wheel swap that lowers the ride to feeler gauge clearances
New for 2020, this original is an instant classic.
Wave Cravers don’t always hang loose
Classic Beetle and T1 Pickup Team Transport with Some SoCal go fast!
Not usually into the fantasy vehicles but I’m loving the lines on this beast. From the Street Beast Hot Wheels series.
A comparison study between 3 variants of the Hot Wheels ’70 Ford Escort RS1600
Team #14 getting in some shake down track time with a new driver.
A gorgeous combination of vehicles in this custom set. ’47 Ford with matching open roof roadster (Bone Shaker for Hot Wheels fanatics) makes a statement on the track, on the way to the track, or in the Studio. Big thanks to Jimmy Wilson for a Read More …