Jumpstart Play With Hot Wheels Toys

Made for play, racing Hot Wheels automobiles downhill on custom tracks, sending them over jumps, and rushing them through loops usually led to spectacular crashes that resulted in chipped paint, bent axels, and lacking wheels. Separate little items similar to surfboards have been often lost over time. Introduced in 1968 by Mattel, Hot Wheels made… Continue reading Jumpstart Play With Hot Wheels Toys

Jumpstart Play With Hot Wheels Toys

Many collectors consider it to be a prototype, not a collection manufacturing mannequin. Manufactured completely in Mattel’s Hong Kong facility in 1971, the purple Olds 442 is considered by many collectors to be not only the rarest Olds Hot Wheels car but the rarest of all manufacturing redline Hot Wheels. As a half of Mattel’s… Continue reading Jumpstart Play With Hot Wheels Toys