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  1. Factory 500 H.P. Series at Walmart!

    By HWC Staff, in News,

    By Gary Barnum Hot Wheels was built on powerful cars, and powerful cars still define the brand. Some of the most powerful cars ever manufactured have found their way to our 1:64 corral. Nothing says horsepower like the editions in our Factory 500 H.P. series at Walmart!  All ten editions i… Read More

  2. By Allen Voivod Our 2021 Mainline Poster Set is the definitive guide to the hundreds of castings available in this model year. It’s a source of dreaming and planning, an indispensable tool for collectors, and an exciting souvenir for Hot Wheels fans of all ages! The Wave 1 Poster is also a… Read More

  3. By Gary Barnum Launching nationwide on April Fool’s Day in 1979, Nickelodeon became the first cable channel aimed at kids. Since then, the channel has not only spawned spinoff channels, but it has consistently raised generations of kids on fun and exciting animated programs – some original, and… Read More

  4. Orange and Blue Series Mix 1

    By HWC Staff, in News,

    By Gary Barnum It’s almost a secret series. But these editions are far too distinguished to go unnoticed! Since our 50th anniversary in 2018, we’ve produced a special dual-colored series each year. This year? We’re going Orange and Blue! It began with the Black and Gold series in 2018, tra… Read More

  5. By Allen Voivod Wahoo! Gaming Character Cars are back for 2021! Our Character Cars, of course, take their design cues from the heroes, enemies, creatures, and objects in your favorite controller-controlled video game inventions. And to start off our 2021 line, we've booted up a classic: Super M… Read More

  6. Star Wars™ 2020 Starships Mix 4!

    By HWC Staff, in News,

    By Allen Voivod Sand, as one desert planet native might tell you, is coarse and rough, and it gets everywhere. Our Star Wars™ Starships are widely available, too, and thankfully are much smoother and sleeker by comparison! Our fourth and final mix for 2020 includes ships from all across th… Read More

  7. Hot Wheels 2020 Entertainment Mix 4!

    By HWC Staff, in News,

    By Allen Voivod From comics to cartoons to video games to the real world – that about as wide a range of entertainment as you can imagine, and goes from 2D to 3D to fully interactive! That's what we've managed to capture with this fourth and final 2020 mix for our Hot Wheels Entertainment serie… Read More

  8. 2020 Hot Wheels Boulevard Series Mix 4!

    By HWC Staff, in News,

    By Gary Barnum Unbelievable! That would be your reaction to a row of cars like these if you saw them on the street. With the fourth mix of our Hot Wheels Boulevard series, it’s like a fantasy garage parade. The original ’69 Alfa Romeo 33 Stradale is known as the first production vehicle to… Read More

  9. Hot Wheels 2020 Entertainment Mix 3!

    By HWC Staff, in News,

    By Allen Voivod Just think – people used to sit, listen, and stare at radios the size of a gas station pump back in the day. Now, we have so many ways to be entertained, it's almost impossible to be bored anymore! Our third mix in the 2020 Hot Wheels Entertainment series takes a sampling f… Read More

  10. Hot Wheels 2020 Team Transport Mix 3!

    By HWC Staff, in News,

    By Allen Voivod Team Transport doubles the joy once again in this final 2020 mix! It's not like these cars are wilting wallflowers, by the way. They're all very experienced racers, as you can tell by their decos! But when you're the best of the best, you like to save your mojo for when it reall… Read More

  11. 2021 Flying Customs Mix 1 at Target

    By HWC Staff, in News,

    By Gary Barnum The flashy Flying Colors series appeared from Hot Wheels way back in 1974. At the time, the deco mirrored the style of the day. In 2013, we got nostalgic and paid homage to that series and those old-school style with Flying Customs! Last year, we restored the series from 2013 for… Read More

  12. RLC Exclusive 1969 Dodge Charger R/T!

    By HWC Staff, in News,

    By Gary Barnum After two years on the market, Dodge redesigned the Charger for 1968 with a sleeker soda-bottle build and offered a high-performance R/T (Road/Track) option. In 1969, the front grille was divided, the taillights revised to a rectangular shape, and the rear stripes were altered to… Read More

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