Whenever I pass by Toy Kingdom Express at SM City Naga, I usually buy 0, 1, or 2 Hot Wheels because I seldom see something I like and don’t already have. When I passed by yesterday, I saw the same old models. But a salesperson saw me and said that he had a new box of Hot Wheels that he would like to show me. When he came back with it, I had to get a shopping basket to hold all the models that interested me. In the end, my wife and I ended up picking the models shown below. I’ll blog about some of them in the future.
I was looking for some Hot Wheels to buy as Christmas gifts for my nephews when I saw this ’70 Dodge Charger (not to be confused with the ’70 Dodge Charger R/T) from the movie Furious 7. It’s a good thing my nephews seem to prefer modern supercars; this one goes to the collection that I and my wife have.
This Hot Wheels Fangula looks really nice in matte black. I’m not really into pinstripes, but the design on the side (with the circle flame logo in red) looks nice.
I recently bought another Hot Wheels K.I.T.T.. (My earlier one was from 2012. I also have a Super Pursuit Mode version of it.) Although this mainline casting was first made in 2012, the base of this recent model has a copyright year of 2016.
What’s better than having two blue Hot Wheels ’77 Pontiac Firebirds? Having one of them be an error copy. As you can see from the picture below, the one on the right is missing the decorations on (at least) one side. While errors are highly sought after in the philatelic and numismatic world (and, in some cases, in the comic book collecting world), I’m not sure how they are treated in the toy business.
I have never seen the film Yellow Submarine so I can’t really relate to this 2016 Hot Wheels The Beatles Yellow Submarine. The base is metal, the body is plastic, and there are four small wheels at the bottom.
I recently bought this nice Hot Wheels ’73 Pontiac Firebird in white with green and lime green designs (similar to a blue one with black and red designs).