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Hot Wheels has finally expanded to Hollywood

From back in the 60s when Hot Wheels was first introduced, and after millions and millions of little cars rolling off the assembly line, they have finally started producing some of the famous cars. One of the first ones were the two versions of the more modern Batmobiles that came in the sets, then later released in the mainlines. Then finally came the long awaited 1966 Lincoln Futura Batmobile customized by George Barris and used in the TV series "Batman". This one cleared the store shelves and pegs pretty quickly. Then we all were out hunting down the famous Cadillac Ambulance from the "Ghostbusters" movie. The next to hit the stores was the DeLorian that Marty McFly propelled back to good ole' 1955 in the movie "Back to the Future". The latest now starting to hit the stores is the famous Chevy van used in the TV series, "The A-Team". Hot Wheels did great jobs on everyone of them. I can't wait to see whats' next ! 

The A-Team

 This was one of the coolest and toughest vans to ever hit the TV screens. It was shot at, blown up, and crashed in every episode, but was always so nice and shinny the very next scene. I have seen several different versions of this van in magazines and in real life. Some were painted dark gray everywhere above the red stripe, but this one looks more original to me.

The Ghostbusters

 Here's that spooky 1963 Caddy all dressed up for chasing and capturing scary ghosts. Again, I have seen many versions of this car in magazines and at several custom car shows. Hot Wheels did this one up right. I have added alot of detail to this one for my own personal collection. All the equipment on the top of the car was molded all black. I painted this one.

Back to the Future

 For a dollar car, this 1981 Delorian comes with alot of detail both front and rear. About the only thing you can't see is the Flux Compassetor on the inside. Ole' Doc Brown and Marty McFly would be proud of this one. 

Starsky & Hutch

The big red tomato of Starsky & Hutch has entered the series as well. This one is from the Retro series, a little more of a high dollar car.


 Replicas of this 1966 Lincoln Futura Batmobile is the one collectors seem to want most. Alot of detail and a wheel swap has been done to this one. I completed the red pin stripe on the front and rear. Painted the chrome trim around the windows, the red flashing light on top, the turn signals, and the rocket launchers. I used the wheels from an old Ultra Hots car.


This was the first style modern Batmobile used in the full lenght movie "Batman", which I didn't care too much for because Robin wasn't even mentioned, let alone made an apperance. Not much color on this one, but still looks pretty detailed and acurate to me.

The Beverly Hillbillys

This is one you won't find on the store shelves. It's a custom I did from the Hot Wheels casting "The Hooligan". I liked the TV series so much, I had to have this one in my Movie Car Museum.