Two new Hot Wheels cars were recently spotted on auction sites. They include a light blue spectraflame 67 Camaro and a yellow spectraflame 68 Cougar. Both have the "50th" anniversary logo of Hot Wheels on the doors. Could this be a sneak peek at the upcoming releases for the 2018 Hot Wheels Red Line Club?
GreenLight may have a big winner on their hands with the upcoming November 2017 release of TOKYO TORQUE Series 1. This new diecast car series will be 1:64 scale with a MSRP of $5.99 each. The series will include the red-hot casting of the Nissan Skyline GT-R R34 and the vintage Datsun 240!.. They will include chrome accents, metal chassis, limited solid packs, Green Machine chase cars, Real Rubber tires and true-to-scale detail. What do you think of these new cars? WINNER? WI
Mattel has unleashed their latest Hot Wheels Car Culture series featuring Modern Classics. The set includes: ‘92 BMW E-30 M3, 1985 Honda CR-X, Porsche 964, Renault 5 Turbo, and Mercedes 190E Cosworth. This new series debuted at your local retailers September 2017.
Back by popular demand, the Super Mario Character cars are hitting the store shelves in September! Get them while you can. There are a lot of Mario fans out there! The set includes: Mario, Luigi, Princess Peach, Toad, Yoshi and Bowser! - *All of the Hot Wheels Character Cars dating back to their first release, are also listed and priced in the new issue of KALE'S Diecast Toy Cars book. On sale now.
Three of the four 2017 31st Annual Hot Wheels Collectors Convention cars have been announced. Here are the details: VW Drag Bus This is #1 in the series of 4 vehicles made for the 31st Annual Hot Wheels® Collectors Convention. Phil Riehlman designed the original Hot Wheels® version in 1996. This version is in multi colors covered in a flamed deco, black interior and clear windows all around. Metal base with RR in front and back, with redlines. The deco for this year’s VW Drag
GreenLight is releasing two new Motor World dioramas in December 2017. They include: Pacific Coast Highway Road Trip and an Aspen, Colorado Ski Lodge Scene. Both have a $16.99 suggested retail price. (1:64 scale)