I’m not a fan of Snoopy; I bought this Hot Wheels Snoopy vehicle because it was pretty weird. I was expecting a World War I Sopwith Camel plane, since that is what Snoopy sometimes pretends his doghouse to be. The car does have Snoopy on the roof (instead of inside the doghouse) which is consistent with his character.
I just got a Shell Oil in the Philippines commemorative note. Just like the Iglesia ni Cristo Centennial note, it was released in 2013 even though the centennial is for 2014.
My father used to own an Austin Mini. He had a small collection of Mini scale models which included the two color variants of the Tomica No. F8 BLMC Mini Cooper S (Mk-III) shown here. These two were made in 1979.
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Fast Food was the name of a 1996 Hot Wheels series of ordinary cars that had painted decorations based on food. The vehicles in this blog post are not from that series, but, in my opinion, are more deserving of the name Fast Food.
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I recently bought a U.S.S. Vengeance (seen in the 2013 movie Star Trek Into Darkness).
I had searched all the Hot Wheels being displayed in the toy store I usually go to and, having found nothing interesting except for a Screamliner, was about to leave. Then a saleslady approached me with the U.S.S. Vengeance in her hand. I thanked her for it and asked where she got it. She explained that they were told to reserve the nice Hot Wheels for collectors.