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2017 Hot Wheels 31st Convention Collector Cars Announced

September 11, 2017

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 Bus was created by Steve Vandervate. This car is limited to a run of no more than 2800 pieces. 

 

 

Datsun Bluebird 510 This is #2 in the series of 4 vehicles made for the 31st Annual Hot Wheels® Collectors Convention. Designed by Jun Imai in 2009. This version is in white with orange striping and racing deco. It has light tinted windows, black interior and Real Rider Goodyear Eagles all around, with a metal base, 31on the doors, with CEU on the license plate. The deco for this year’s Datsun Bluebird 510 was created by Steve Vandervate. This car is limited to a run of no more than 3000 pieces.

 

 

Custom Convoy This is #3 in the series of 4 vehicles made for the 31st Annual Hot Wheels® Collectors Convention. Designed by Larry Wood. This version is black with broad gray and red stripes, black interior with clear windshield. Red flamed Real Riders all around, with 31st Convention logo on each side of the cab. with a metal base. The deco for this year Custom Convoy was created by Steve Vandervate This car is limited to a run of no more than 2800 pieces.

 

 

Car #4 of the 4-car series is the official Convention ticket car given out at the Saturday Night Finale.

 

The convention is from October 4-8, 2017 in Los Angeles at the Airport Marriott hotel.

 

The next big Hot Wheels convention will be Dallas, Texas in April 2017. More details to follow.

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