Welcome to my little HotWheels website friend! I have around 600 HotWheels in my collection now. Some are mint in the package, lots are new out of the package and some are second or third hand,but still in nice shape. And I also have a fair number of others which are quite oldish and fairly beat up that I can't find better replacements for. Even these "fillers" give me a rush....There is still something special about a second or third generation car with just a few scratches or a little ding or two in the paint that turns my crank. What fun is it really anyway, to be able to only look at a cool little car in a pak, just like at the store, and not be able to actually play with it?? These kool little cars were originally designed to be played with and to be enjoyed by generations of car lovers. Are we (collectors) all starting to forget how to really have fun? These second hand jobbies that are dear to me have definately been played with to various degrees. I've pulled HotWheels out of toy boxes at yard sales and just stood there and shook my head for a second or two. Little models that I had only seen in fancy reference books, suddenly revealing themselves to me, complete with a little road rash but beautiful none the less.
I have another section of cars MNP that are sitting on shelves, ledges, book cases, on top of the T.V. and my computer monitor and almost every other flat surface here in my little Studio apartment. Some of which appear on this page. You see, no matter where I come across these super neat little dudes, I just have to stop and check 'em out. One of the best scores and the one that started me seriously seeking these fast little diecasts,was a Red Baron in pretty fine condition at a yard sale for the paltry sum of 10 cents. What true treasure hunter could resist a deal like that, I ask you? Not this dude! It was a little dinged up but I had never even seen one before so I grabbed it. Hard to beat that kind of purchase price with a big stick. As a matter of fact, what can YOU think of that you can buy for a dime that is even close to being as COOL as a HotWheels vehicle???
Maybe I will add a list or two of what I have available for sale as well as a few more pics and other cool stuff for you to enjoy, time permitting. Let me know if you are interested...
Anyone looking for a Gleam Team, '75 Corvette?
The base is bare metal and stamped 1975. I have the Gleamer Patrol Police car
Thanx 4 taking the time to cruise into my little Northern HotWheels website to-day. I hope you will bookmark it and come back and visit again soon. :-)
You are, Hotwheels Lover to surf into my little Canadian HotWheels website. Please come again.
Send me an email if you'd like this little guy. I only have two up for grabs so if you want one of these little die-cast hotties, they will NOT last, so don't wait too long, to send me an email. Three dollars plus shipping, will bring it home to YOU. :-)
Hope YOU find some real cool little 4 wheeled treasures out there in YOUR travels this year! Thanx again 4 droppin' by...
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