I’m not a big fan of muscle cars, but I got this Hot Wheels ’67 Chevelle SS 396 because it is a leap year model. (It seems that this is the second Hot Wheels leap year model—the first was a ’52 Chevy Truck made in 2008.) It has a manufacturing defect, though; the right rear fender has a piece of metal pushing the wheel out of alignment.
When I made my most recent Hot Wheels blog post last January 2016, mainline models cost around 100 pesos each. Now each mainline model costs around 130 pesos each.