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This black and red cement mixer has a metallic red interior. Its black plastic base rides on saw blade wheels.
This flat black Viper features grey stripes, a Batman logo on the hood, and Viper logos on the front fenders. Its yellow windows reveal a black interior, and the chrome plastic base rides on OH5 wheels.
This was part of the Gotham City 5-pack.This OH5 version reportedly also appeared in the Hot Wheels Easter Eggs. There are black and chrome 5SP variants.
This blue Viper has simple tampos on its front and rear fenders. Its smoked windows reveal a black interior, and the black plastic base rides on lace wheels
This is part of the MBX Metal series. There is a split 10 spoke variant.
This red 4×4 has blue/yellow/white racing stripes and decals. It’s black windows conceal its interior, and the bare metal base rides on chromed Construction tires.
There is a tampo and wheel variants.
This tan camo Unimog has a removable green cargo canvas. Its clear windshield reveals a tan interior and the unpainted base rides on white construction tires.
This is a mainline release. There are tire variants of this release with saw blade or black construction tires.
This red P4 has white & blue stripes, “32” numbering, and Ferrari logos. Its clear windows reveal a chrome interior, and the black plastic base rides on 5SP wheels.
This release is car 8 of 10 in the HW Garage series, and this particular example has served time on the tracks!
This red plastic rig features a black top, Hot Wheels logo decals, and front detailing. Tinted windows hide a red interior and a metal base rides on AeroDisc wheels.