Big things with little cars
Big things with little cars
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Sunday Drivers. Hotwheels Dodge Caravan.

From having the same vehicle since I was 7 and now own my parents 96 Caravan, you couldn't help picking up a replica of a vehicle you ride in. In 97 I saw this and immediately begged to get this.

Little did I know is that I still have it and wrote a review about my 97 Hotwheels Dodge Caravan.

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Mommy mobile, purple, that 90's 3 spoke rims, who would buy such a thing? Oh... that would be me :P

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Looks sporty. caravan graphics with lazily cut off letters and Dodge written in cursive.

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Great detail on the back.

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Interior is spot on for such a small vehicle.

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I always thought it was a Voyager, but the Caravan Sport has a grill like that and the fog lights.

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100% accurate chassis. For such a mundane vehicle, Hotwheels sure did an awesome job. Every detail from the catalytic converter to the resonator to the tiny spare tire is detailed.

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I don't think the Caravan ever has a sunroof? Huge windshield is very accurate.

Overall this is one fine detailed minivan. Although no sliding doors like the 1st gen, but makes up for it in detail. Should be in a museum, but no one would want it :P

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