Here’s some quick news that toy/Hot Wheels collectors living in the U.S. may want to know. Two things. First, Hot Wheels is giving you a shot at winning the limited-edition Mobil 1 Mach Speeder by O’Reilly Auto Parts in the sweepstakes. No purchase is necessary.
There are many die-cast car brands but Hot Wheels is more collectibles, IMHO, thanks to its many collaborations with a spectrum of brands and people. Speaking of brands and people, the latest to join the Hot Wheels die-cast collab is Nike and NBA superstar Paul George who is also huge on cars.
Most people know Cey Adams as the founding creative director of Def Jam Recordings and as a visual artist who is at the forefront of the American hip-hop culture but not many know that this man is also a Hot Wheels fanatic. How fanatic you ask? Well, Cey has a gallery show in Boston featuring …
Hot Wheels Red Line Club is twenty years old this year which means I am old as f*#k because I was already a collector in 2002. But this isn’t about me and my old skin; this is about the all are invited, members-only club for Hot Wheels collectors that have been dishing a lot of …
Hot Wheels collectors, Ford Bronco enthusiasts, and fans of Porsche automobiles, Hot Wheels has some awesome news for you folks. First, you will have a chance to score a gorgeous Hot Wheels Collector Edition ’85 Ford Bronco from Target.
Fans of Hot Wheels who also like to build stuff may want to check out the new buildable versions of three of Hot Wheels’ most recognizable vehicles: Bigfoot Truck, Muscle Bound, and Mod Rod.
Fans of Sean Wotherspoon, adidas, and Hot Wheels collectors will be delighted to know that the Los Angeles-based designer best known for his prolific sneaker designs has teamed up with adidas Originals and die-cast toy car maker Hot Wheels to realize a new Sean Wotherspoon x adidas x Hot Wheels collection.
We do not want to question if the new electric DeLorean, the Alpha5, will be as iconic as the DMC-12. It will probably not. The DMC-12 is a legend now because it was an expensive failure that somehow became one of the icons of the 80s. I guess you could attribute the latter to Back …
Good news, skateboarding enthusiasts who also love fingerboarding (that’s skateboarding with fingers). Hot Wheels has just launched an all-new fingerboard line – Hot Wheels Skate – in partnership with skateboarding legend, Tony Hawk.
Petrol heads are going to love this. I know I do. Hot Wheels Collectors’ latest offering is an ’82 Lamborghini Countach LP 500 S. The Hot Wheels RLC sELECTIONs ’82 Lamborghini Countach LP 500 S may be 1:64 scale but the details are absolutely bonkers.