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This might be the most valuable Hot Wheels car in the world
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Re: This might be the most valuable Hot Wheels car in the world
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"The whole point of Hot Wheels was that they weren't supposed to just look cool. They were supposed to go fast and whip around that little orange plastic track. But when it was blasted out of the Hot Wheels Super-Charger -- a miniature garage with spinning rubber discs that slung the cars out at high speeds -- the tall, narrow bus flipped over."
That was part of the fun when I was a kid. I recall trying to soup up my train set so it would flop off the tracks on the curve - followed by hysterical laughter. Maybe I was just a bit warped back then. ohwell Maybe I still am. wink


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