Tuesday, July 11, 2017

1970 Hot Wheels...Part Two!

There's nothing too fancy about this week's post. I'm continuing highlighting Mattel's 1970 Hot Wheels offerings. That said, let's jump right in, shall we?

Based on a Plymouth Fury, the Fire Chief Cruiser is a handsome car. It only came in spectroflame red.

The Fire Engine continues the Heavyweights' tradition of witty car names...or not. This one is interesting because it has the red enamel cab (although it's a little rough). The spectroflame is much more common. 

The Heavy Chevy is a Spoilers Series take on a Camaro. These are fairly popular cars.

Ah, another club car. This is the Heavy Chevy all decked out in chrome!

The Jack "Rabbit" Special is very popular. In fact, it was the hero's car on the Hot Wheels Saturday morning cartoon! It's always been a favorite of mine. It only came in white enamel.

The King Kuda is still a good looking car. What could make it better?.....

How about doing it up in chrome as a Club Car??? Ok, I actually like the green a little better...

And finally, one of my favorites. The Light My Firebird is a great looking car only made cooler by that missing roof!

So there you go! We have quite a few more to go, but that does it for now. Until next time, keep searching for treasure!

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