Hot Wheels Japanese Car Culture Multipacks of 6 Toy Car (Styles May Vary)

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a b Schmidt, Gregory (2018-05-20). "Hot Wheels Hits the Road to Reach Its Fans". The New York Times. ISSN 0362-4331 . Retrieved 2022-02-04. Many automobile manufacturers have since licensed Hot Wheels to make scale models of their cars, allowing the use of original design blueprints and detailing. Although Hot Wheels were originally intended to be for children and young adults, they have become popular with adult collectors, for whom limited edition models are now made available. In 2009, with no recent developments, the film was put into turnaround, and the rights were handed over to Warner Bros. Pictures. Joel Silver took over producing with Matt Nix writing the script. [38]

Some cars have 4-digit date codes on the base. These date codes are more specific than the 3-digit codes as they indicate the day a car was made instead of just the week. For the 4-digit codes, the first 3 digits indicate the day of the year and the last digit is the year. A date code of 1987 would indicate the car was made on the 198th day of 2017 (July 17). A code of 0250 would be the 25th day of 2010 (or 2020; depending on the car). Beam, Jennifer. "Hot Wheels: Jetz - Overview". AllGame. Archived from the original on 2014-11-14 . Retrieved 2016-09-27.

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Anderson, Paul Scott (February 7, 2021). "Hey, kids! Meet the new Hot Wheels Mars rover!". Earthsky . Retrieved November 29, 2022. Carlos Contreras Makes NASCAR History". Motorsport.com. February 2, 2000 . Retrieved December 12, 2016. Date codes only indicate when a specific car was made. They do not necessarily reflect the model release year of a particular car. Mainline production changes to the next model year right around the middle of the calendar year at the end of June/beginning of July. Premiums and other special series lines often run later in the calendar year before changing production to the next year. In 2006, a Series 3 line of Classics was introduced, again containing 30 models with multiple colors of each vehicle. Models included the '69 Pontiac Firebird, a Meyers Manx dune buggy, and the Richard Petty '70 Plymouth "Superbird".

In some cases, Hot Wheels dies have been sold or acquired by other companies once Mattel has finished using them. One example were early dies that made their way to Argentina and were reproduced as Mukys, though not with spectra-flame paints or the same quality as seen in Mattel's products. Beam, Jennifer. "Hot Wheels: Jetz - Review". AllGame. Archived from the original on 2014-11-15 . Retrieved 2016-09-27. Another designer, Paul Tam, joined Wood and Gilford. Tam's first design was the Whip Creamer. [13] Tam continued to work for Mattel until 1973. Among the many fantastic designs Tam thought up for Hot Wheels, some of the collector's favorites include Evil Weevil (a Volkswagen Beetle with two engines), Open Fire (an AMC Gremlin with six wheels), Six Shooter (another six-wheeled car), and the rare Double Header (co-designed with Larry Wood). Drive Ahead (2015), the mobile game partnered with Hot Wheels in 2019. The update added five new bosses along with new maps and cars only available during the Hot Wheels event. The event concluded later the same year. Developers have stated that there are no current plans to have another Hot Wheels event. Embark on an exhilarating urban adventure with Hot Wheels City playsets. Build your bustling metropolis, complete with towering skyscrapers, twisting roads, and fire stations with daring loops. It's a world where fantasy meets reality. Epic Colour Shifters for High-Speed Adventures

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a b " 'Hot Wheels' turns 50: How much do you know about the famous toy cars?". FOX 9. May 16, 2018. Archived from the original on July 22, 2019 . Retrieved 30 January 2018. There were sixteen castings released, eleven of them designed by Harry Bentley Bradley with assistance from Handler and Ryan. [6] The first one produced was a dark blue " Custom Camaro". [1] Bradley was from the car industry and had designed the body for the (full-sized) Dodge Deora concept car and the Custom Fleetside, (based on his own customized 1968 Chevrolet C-10 fleetside. Whitener, Whitney (September 28, 2023). "Mattel's New 'Hot Wheels Let's Race' Coming to Netflix". Animation World Network . Retrieved October 1, 2023.

a b Kroll, Justin (January 30, 2019). " 'Hot Wheels' Live-Action Movie in the Works With Mattel, Warner Bros. (EXCLUSIVE)". Variety. On October 4, 2018, Hot Wheels filed a new trademark for the motto it's not the same without the flame. In 2019, a seal was added in the bottom left corner of the blister card with the motto. [20]

Hot Wheels' Director Search Nearing Finish Line (Exclusive)". The Hollywood Reporter. 10 July 2013. Hot Wheels is an American brand of scale model cars invented by Elliot Handler and introduced by his company Mattel on May 18, 1968. [2] It was the primary competitor of Matchbox until Mattel bought Matchbox owner Tyco Toys in 1997. Hot Wheels has also released slightly larger, more detailed models, such as the original Gran Toros (1/43 scale) from 1970, and the Dropstars line (a model line of "blinged" cars). Also in this larger scale are the HIN ( Hot Import Nights), G-Machines and Customs lines. These lines were introduced in 2004–2005.

Ryu Asada, Hot Wheels Design Legend, Dies At 42". Jalopnik. 27 March 2021 . Retrieved 28 March 2021. Kraus, Stephanie (2013-12-06). "Hot Wheels: World's Best Driver". Time for Kids . Retrieved 2016-10-08.Hot Wheels Rift Rally (2023), an upcoming video game developed by Velan Studios set to be released on iOS/iPadOS and PlayStations 4 and 5. [86]



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