My latest evilbay purchase arrived today.
Last week I was tossing around the idea of wheel swapping an original redline McLaren M6A with new, more accurate wheels from Hot Wheel’s Car Culture line (you can read the post here).
Yet another redline restoration by BaremetalHW on a 1968 Custom Eldorado! The end product is truly amazing! Enjoy!
Here is a restoration done by BaremetalHW on a HW Redline 1968 Custom Mustang. This is a very valuable model, and required much work with high quality materials, such as the paint used. The end result is amazing! Enjoy!
The other day I posted some Redlines I got recently. Welp, here’s some more!
Decided to finally do a photoshoot with some redlines I acquired a while ago. Sorry for the delay Mustangfan ;)
Nothing like a C6R corvette to go along with your racing collection :)
How wacky can you get when the name of the model even (almost) rhymes with the theme. Here is the 1/64 Hot Wheels Redline Paddy Wagon originally released in 1970 based on a design by Tom Daniels.
I have a Teutonic machine of California persuasion coming up later, but for now I’d like to share one of my favorite original Redlines, the Lola T70 from 1969. This dark green is the most common color of the many released, but I’m happy to have this one in any shade. It’s one of a number of Redlines I was given as a…
I didn’t get a chance to post this up when it came in, but here it is now. Two ZAMACs and a Redline! Thanks Plasticprints!
Woohoo! Thank you to Plasticprints for the awesome ZAMACs and Redline! Excellent HWEP sir.
I liked the Redlines, but these really give it more of that classic TransAm (the race series) look. Plus, I needed the Redlines for a different project... 😉
Well Sort of, I had an after noon to kill, so decided to do a little bit of hunting, I read on here to try the Walmart’s in the gheto areas, which is exactly what I did, and came back pretty content.
This weekend I finally caved and bought an IKEA Detolf display case that my rooommates gracioisly agreed to allow me to put in our living room. I’d been wanting something for a while but have resisted the urge to pick one of these up as they are a bit flimsy. While that concern is far from unfounded, I’m still glad to…
Target. Oh Target. You unpredictable fox you. Some days I go in and your pegs are months behind. Other days, like today, you’re waaay ahead of schedule. Look, I’m happy to have found what I did, but can we work on our consistency? Please?
I’ve recently been pursuing redlines significantly more (my wallet completely agrees...) and found these beauties. A little background, these three cars came from what’s probably the first RLC cars. For a measly dollar in 1970, you could join the Hot Wheels Club and you would get a club magazine, a club patch, a…
After seeing samanosuke817’s disappointing post last night about the jerk hoarding all the Redlines at Target, I decided to go by the Target near my office on my lunch break earlier to see if they had even bothered to stock them yet. Typically this Target is the last store on Earth to stock things, so I didn’t have my…
Another day, another beautiful countryside.
It became clear from the start that Hot Wheels cars earned their name, moving off the pegs as quickly as they rolled down sidewalks. To meet the demand, Mattel increased the number of castings to 40, adding 24 new castings.
Also know as the Sweet Sixteen, these are the first Hot Wheels ever made. They arrived in stores in 1968 and rocked the toy car world. These little cars almost put Matchbox out of business and made Mattel a world player.