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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Origin Story of the RLC sELECTIONs ’55 Chevy Bel Air Gasser known as “Dirty Blonde”

It’s clear that the vast number of Red Line Club members buy the cars. The sellouts of pieces produced in the tens of thousands are evidence that the RLC is as popular as ever. What many RLC members fail to utilize, however, is their right to vote in […]

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RLC Exclusive: ’69 CHEVY C-10

There has never been a Hot Wheels vehicle with an adjustable suspension — until now! The toy industry thrives on innovative product yet one of the most popular toys of all time — Hot Wheels — have remained largely unchanged for the better part of 52 years. Innovation […]

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Holiday Rods: ’52 CHEVY TRUCK

We are in the midst of the holiday season and, for me, it’s a great time to reminisce.  Reminisce about years past, reminisce about the past year. The same goes for my collection. It is a great time to look back at what you’ve accumulated in the last […]