Tag: Real Riders

Real Riders are synthetic plastic tires that are made to look and feel like rubber. They were developed by Hot Wheels designers Bob Rosas and Larry Wood. They were first released in 1983 and continue to be released to this day.

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Pop Culture: Ant-Man BREAD BOX

With the release of the Ant-Man movie today, its fitting that we received an Ant-Man Hot Wheels in this current wave of Marvel cars in the Pop Culture line. For some reason, Hot Wheels likes to use the old comic graphics versus the new movie graphics for its Pop Culture line–they do […]

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Race to Win Exhibit Exclusive: BLVD. BRUISER

Have you seen Jurassic World yet? In the movie they combine the genetics of several terrorizing dinosaurs into one to create a “super dinosaur”. Well you’re essentially looking at the diecast equivalent of THAT in the Hot Wheels Blvd. Bruiser. Taking styling-cues from the Ford Mustang, Chevrolet Camaro & […]

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U.S. Charities Racing Team: Humvee

The United States of America turns another year old and while Hot Wheels were not made back in 1776, nor was the automobile, we take you back to 1997. Why 1997? Well thats the year the patriotic Humvee you see below was produced as a promotional piece for […]

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2006 Treasure Hunts: ’69 Dodge Charger

The Confederate/Rebel Flag was the center of a controversy in the United States last week. At Diecast Motorsports, the only interest we have in this controversy is its impact on the diecast world. We have seen cars that have not sold in years, pick up and start selling like hot […]