Chances are, you don’t collect the Hot Wheels #Fandango, and that perfectly okay. Why? Well, thats because its a casting that I have enjoyed since it first made its debut in 2001. Some 18 years later, I have assembled quite the collection of this Dodge Durango inspired, #Phil Riehlman Design. But this isn’t just any collection — its a COMPLETE COLLECTION of all of the releases and variations — including two rare pieces. Yes, RARE!!!! I said it… So go ahead, take the time to watch the video, and let me know what you think! Enjoy.
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Nice car/s I just have the art cars one and I love it.
It is a good casting for themed assortments. Kinda like a poor man’s Pop Culture. You can get decent art on the side rather than some microscopic fragment of a deco.
Love this casting. have all except the ’11 color shifter and the max steel 5 pack
It’s nice to a see collection of something other then commonly popular cars.
I always like the Fandango. Nice video!
Hi Brad, I appreciate the video! For the color shifters version, there is a gold wheel variation that came in random play sets during 2014. I collected all the yellow/gold wheel variations back at that time and that one was harder to find. Keep up the great work! Thank you!
Of course there is a wheel variation! Hahahaha, thanks. Do you happen to have a picture of it?
I didn’t know how to post a picture, however I believe I got a few pics sent your way. Please let me know if you did not receive. Thanks.
Theres a green colour shifter Fandango ive seen in store in australia
BTW matchbox used the name fandango in the 70s for a casting. ithink it was part of the rollermatics series