Featuring Hotwheels, Playart and MC Toys. [I also purchased a gold MBX Dodge Viper GTS but I did not take a picture of it. Sorry)

First is one of the two wheel donors, a HW Boulevard Pontiac Fiero 2M4. This car has lots of nifty features rarely seen in other HWs, such as, first, the interior forms part of the front bumper assembly.

Second, the base includes the taillight cluster (the strip of zamac between the “Pontiac” and “Fiero 2M4" badges) and the rear bumper. Third, the interior includes the engine cover, and fifth, it has a sunroof!

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Then comes Playart No. 7208, a late Gen-2 Chevrolet Camaro Z28 Police Car.

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Notice the interior, which has a proper steering wheel, unlike the disks found in most of current die cast cars. Also, the wheels are reminiscent of Tomica wheels.

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“Made in Macau”

Then comes this retro-tastic MC Toy Porsche 911 Turbo. Which appears to be a nice copy of a Majorette or Matchbox.

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Oh dear, the c-pillars buckled a bit.

At least it got the stance right. It can still be lowered as this car had the same suspension setup as Tomica, although this car has a plastic spring instead.

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Glad to see the engine there. But where is the turbo?

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Finally, we have the HW Boulevard 1955 Corvette. Under the ugly gold flames lie a sparkly pearl white paint. Here I began to remove those tampos. The ‘Vette is sitting on its chassis because....

The “wire wheels” were given to this Ferrari 250 GTO, which I kept carded since 2009. The white walls were reversed; they would look silly on the GTO.

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The steelies on the Fiero were shod onto this Mustang, which I have featured many times before. The wheels will stay for this one.

More pics of the Mustang and the GTO:

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Bonus:

“Hips Don’t lie”

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Enjoy!