Big things with little cars
Big things with little cars
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I love when I can find complete sets in the wild, because then I can do some in depth reviews!

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This week, I’ll be looking at the recent Forza series release from Hot Wheels. Kicking things off is the first of five: the Morris Mini.

Illustration for article titled Hot Wheels Forza Series: the LaLD Review
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Nothing really new or exciting to see here. We’ve all seen this Mini casting over and over again, except this time its been given the premium treatment. Correction: The body DOES pop off the chassis! Its the newer tooling too; the body doesn’t pop off the chassis. I didn’t mean for any of that to sound negative though, this Mini looks mean!

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Draped in British Racing Green with a “GB” sticker on the back, the Forza Mini looks exactly like something I’d create in the game. Headlights, tailights, black fender flares, and a white roof round off the paint job. The five-spoke Real-Riders are a perfect match as well.

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Illustration for article titled Hot Wheels Forza Series: the LaLD Review

While it isn’t my favorite from the series, its definitely a solid stand-out in this series! Stay tuned tomorrow when I look at the AMC Rebel Machine.

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Illustration for article titled Hot Wheels Forza Series: the LaLD Review
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