Other Mattel Hot Wheels, is a category with items such as track sets, carry cases, NASCAR, and or anything else that does not quite fit into our main categories. This category may also include any Mattel tem that may be old or new and is not considered a Hot Wheel.
Mint in the box. Box is unopened. Contents are track set, one car, and spinnin' rim. The wheel spins and car clears it or crashes it. Keeps score with score counter. Box size is 20"x6.5"x3.5 inches. 2005 Mattel.
The harder and harder to find Treasure hunts. Very few Quantities were made and had superb detailing like any other Hotwheels that are generally put out. Some Treasure Hunts have tiny variations, in logos, paint variations, and even tampos. US treasure Hunt cars differ then other Treasure Hunts. US cars have Treasure Hunt series printed above the car with Limited Edition in the green band and the name of the car in the red band. The Treasure Hunts are generally remakes of older cars that were previously produced.
Mattel Hot Wheels Legends four car set mint in original packaging. Comes with display case that is near mint condition. 1:64 Scale. Jay Leno is a car lover and has been his entire life! Jay admits that "looks" carry a certain weight in his decision to add a car to his collection, but it is the technical aspect of the vehicles that excites him most. It's the engines, transmissions and suspensions...and he personally works on them in his 17,000 square foot LA-area garage. Jay's automotive tastes are wide-ranging. His collection includes classic Bugattis, Duesenbergs, and Stanley Steamer, as well as muscle cars like his Hemi-powered '66 Dodge Caronet 500. He tunes them, re-builds them, soups them up and then he drives them...all forty-eight of them.
The four car set includes: Lamborghini Miura, Jaguar XKE, Shelby Cobra Replica, Shelby GT 350 Mustang. Items can be enlarged by clicking on them. Excellent detail with car flipped on its side to show the quality.
The Legends 40th Anniversary collector's set mint in the original packaging. Comes with a clear plastic display case. Each customized classic is constructed of at least 30 parts per car and comes with the autographs of the men behind these timeless machines. The 1957 Cadillac Eldorado signed by John D' Agostino. The 1957 Ford Fairlane signed by Robert Kinsbury. 1957 Chevrolet Dragster signed by Tom McEwen. 1957 Plymouth Fury signed by Al Scheib.
Legends by Matte Hot Wheels mint in the original packaging, four 1:64 scale die-cast cars that comes with a Hot Wheels display case. The four cars are The Barris Mercury, Elvis Dream Cadillac, Hirohata Mercury, and Ala Kart. This is limited edition and has real chrome plated parts with many details.
Barris Mercury came during the growing California custom scene oft he '50s, the Barris Brothers pioneered the chopped Mercury look. This favorite car of customizers got the typical Barris touch with chopped top and slanted B-pillars. It was nosed and decked and lowered. Fitted with frenched headlights, Cadillac hubcaps, bubble skirts with teeth, and custom taillights.
Elvis Dream Cadillac was designed by the King and the King of Kustomizers in the late '60s. Unveiled in 1987 on the 10th anniversary of Elvis' death, this 1965 Cadillac Eldorado Convertible started a national sponsored tour by E.P. Cosmetics. Fans admired its exterior with 40 coats of gold pearl and swirled gold leaf pin striping. There was plenty of gold on the inside as well. Such as a gold plated steering wheel, plated TV and phone, gold Elvis 45s, and a guitar shaped sun visors.
Hirohata Mercury was one of the most famous Mercury's of the 1950's. This was chopped and converted to a hardtop styling with sculptured chrome window frames housing all the side-glass for a signature Barris look. The sides were shaved and fitted with a 1953 Buick Riviera side trims blending into the rear fender skirts with working air scoops. Finished in Sea foam green with organic green side panels. This Mercury made an appearance in the hot rod movie, Running Wild.
Ala Kart is a custom 1929 Ford Roadster pickup with a 1929-A front welded to a 1929-T rear stopped the Oakland Roadster Show in 1958 and 1959 to drive away with the coveted America's Most Beautiful Roadster trophy. This baby had thirty coats of pearl white lacquer and detailed with striking Kandy Cerise and Gold Leaf Ribbon scallops and pin striping. In its day, Ala Kart made a brief appearance in the Hot Rod Gang.
George and Sam Barris were miles ahead of custom car builders when they opened the Barris Kustom body shop in Southern California in the postwar 1940's. Their extreme designs and custom craftsmanship influenced the 1950's custom car scene and earned them the title "Kings of Kustomizing".
Selling all four mint in the original packaging comes with a display case. Our fascination with speed has led us on a century-long quest for more horsepower and superior design. Throughout this evolution there were men in magnificent machines who pushed the limits of speed farther than anyone could dream. The Vintage Record Holders set celebrates the historic accomplishments of four men and the vehicles who answered the age-old question, "How fast will it go?"
Challenger 1 was Mickey Thompson's most innovative car, featuring four modified Pontiac V-8 engines, each with its own transmission. Thompson linked them together operating them with one lever from a small cockpit located just behind the rear axle. Surprisingly, the car had no suspension, but the biggest innovation was in making the tires as small as possible. He convinced Goodyear to produce the first low-profile tires... and they worked. In 1960, Mickey broke the land speed record by traveling 401 MPH.
Watson Roadster, driven by Parnelli Jones, won the 1963 Indianapolis 500 by driving the Watson Roadster to a record breaking 143.137 MPH. Jones' car was named after Master Designer and Chief Mechanic, A.J. Watson, who refined and tuned the four cylinder, 251.9 cubic inch Offenhauser engine to peak performance. Together their efforts made the 1963 Memorial Day classic a race to remember.
'57 Chevy 150 gave helped the driver to complete and incredible mission to win the NASCAR championship. Buck entered the season driving a legendary Chevy 150 Black Widow, but three races into the4 season, NASCAR banned fuel-injection, factory produced cars, claiming they had an advantage over independent racers. So Buck modified his small block 283 cubic inch V-8 to run with a single 4 barrel carburetor and went on to win 17 races, capturing the 1957 NASCAR Championship.
Willys Gasser with driver Doug Cook, may be the most famous drag car of all time. Not only did it run fast, but won big races and looked totally tricked. Originally powered by a 6-71 blown, four-port Hilborn injected 394 Oldsmobile engine, the team won races in both the B and A Gas Supercharged classes. It was the first gasser to enter the 9 second range, eventually hitting 164 MPH and in '65 it won 97% of its races including A/GS at the NHRA Nationals
These cases are brand new and in mint condition. Great for the collector for swap meets, shows, and even for display. This case opens from both sides and has double sided storage. This case contains 46 compartments. Two of the compartments are double length; for, the extra long semi-trailers or tractors. Compartments are wide enough for the storage of two Hot Wheels in one compartment. Does have a handle on top for easy carrying. The two doors are securely retained by 4 plastic locking tabs. Hot Wheels and other die-cast cars can be easily seen when the door is closed. This helps find your favorites faster. Very sturdy case. Case is made out of Poly-Propylene with grade density of 5. Need an extra long storage? Just cut out one of the dividers! Case size is 15"x10"x3.25" inches. Model No. 5315. Made by Plano Molding Co. Made in the USA Currently have 15 in stock. S and H for the first is $8.99 and $2.99 Dollar for each additional. International buyers, buyers outside the US, please check on S+H before buying *New Marketing by Plano. Cases might state Thread Needle Organizer, Rather than Die cast Carrying Case. Same great case for years. (Bum your kid and leave label on as gift, then pull label off?)
Action Pack still mint in the package. Contains three Mars Action Vehicles. There is the Lander-Base station for the Mars Rover, Mars Pathfinder-Spacecraft that carried the Lander and rover to Mars, and Sojourner Mars Rover-Six wheeled robotic rover with Moveable antenna. Mars Pathfinder has the cruise stage, back shell capsule, and removable heat shield. Lander has three movable solar panels. 1:64 Scale
Action Pack two car set with figures mint in the package. That's what the California State Solar Eagle did...and won! Gathering energy through solar panels, the flame yellow, battery powered vehicle covered 1,230 miles at and average speed of 43.29 MPH in winning Sunrayce 1997-A cross country solr car competition. Incredibly, the Solar Eagle never broke down once during the 10 day race. Warning: small parts Not meant for children under 3 years. 1:64 scale
Mint in the package and packing near mint. Five car set by Hot Wheels. Set includes Ferrari 512M, Ferrari P4,
Ferrari 308 GTS, Ferrari FXX, and Ferrari F430 Challenge. Not for children uder 3 years of age. Shipping weight is about
one pound. Odin Art has two in Stock.