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Hot Wheels Forza Series: the LaLD Review

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Day 2, time for the second car in the series: the AMC Rebel Machine.

Yesterday, I looked at the Morris Mini. I made a mistake and didn’t flip it over to see if the body popped off the chassis, I promise I won’t make any mistakes with this Rebel review!

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A complete 180 from the Mini, the Rebel Machine represents brute strength, blunt force, and America in the series. Hot Wheels likes to bring out the Rebel Machine casting whenever a badass occasion arises. Previously, we’ve seen it before in a sweet lime green spectrafrost color for the Cool Classics series, and in its iconic patriotic getup in the Boulevard Series.

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For it’s third time around, they went straight up red and black, complete with white lettered Real-Riders. Combined with THAT RAKE!, the color scheme make the Forza graphics pop off the back quarter. Not to mention, the AMC muscle cars are so offbeat and down right cool.

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Its so hard to rank this one my third favorite in the series, but you’ll have to wait out the rest of the week to see why!

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