I have a few Hot Wheels Treasure Hunts that I’m not so excited about. If they weren’t Treasure Hunts, I probably wouldn’t have bought them.
This Speedbox is from 2014.
This Tread Air is from 2015.
This Street Stealth is from 2018.
This Zombot is from 2018.
The circle-flame logo is on the robot’s knee.
I bought this Hot Wheels Ford Transit Connect only because of its circle flame logo.
Another recent purchase from the Toys “R” Us at Robinsons Place Naga is this Arrow Dynamic.
It’s been more than four months since I last blogged about Hot Wheels. Since then, I’ve been able to buy a few Hot Wheels, three of them Treasure Hunts.
The Dragon Blaster shown above was part of my shopping spree last January. Although the circle-flame logo on the vehicle can’t be seen in the picture, the image on the card shows that it is on the dragon’s forehead.
The circle-flame logo on the ‘Tooned ’69 Camaro Z28 shown above can be seen near the rear wheel on the right side of the vehicle (but not on the card).
At first sight, the Fandango shown above doesn’t seem to have a circle-flame logo either on the vehicle or on the card. But it’s a good thing they made it extra large on the vehicle’s roof.
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 this Dune Crusher (which was previously called the Land Crusher) at a small discount. The circle flame logo on its side is a nice touch.
I like collecting Hot Wheels that have a circle flame logo. I recently got this Mountain Mauler at a 10% discount.