Hot Wheels take on the 1955 Chevy Bel Air over the years.
1982 introduction of the first design as a street rod dragster that mimics the design seen in the movie American Graffiti. This lasted until 2001 when it was retired.
2006 would see the introduction in a new tooled design that was a boulevard street cruiser with a hit of dragster that continues to be produced that hasn’t been a “premium” line (RLC /real riders higher end line) since its introduction in the 2006 classics series 2.
55 Chevy Gasser introduced in 2013 as well a gasser. Early on before the premium hype of being a convention car or other limited series it was a fan favorite for a good portion of collectors. It has stayed relatively unchanged between its main line and premium all die cast releases with exception to its RLC/convention counter parts that saw a retooling of the car that moved the front post to more to the middle to remove the odd gap left in the front of the car.
The 55 Chevy Bel Air from Hot Wheels to me still a sweet car no matter which design it’s in.