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Hot Wheels Boulevard Mix 1 2024  Maple and Mangoes
Hot Wheels Boulevard Mix 1 2024  Maple and Mangoes
Hot Wheels Boulevard Mix 1 2024  Maple and Mangoes
Hot Wheels Boulevard Mix 1 2024  Maple and Mangoes
Hot Wheels Boulevard Mix 1 2024  Maple and Mangoes
Hot Wheels Boulevard Mix 1 2024  Maple and Mangoes
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Hot Wheels Boulevard Mix 1 2024

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Hot Wheels Boulevard Mix 1 2024

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The Accord, introduced in 1976 as the larger counterpart to the Civic, gained popularity in the United States, and from the 2nd generation onward, it was also produced locally. Along the way, in addition to the hatchback, sedan and station wagon variants were added, solidifying the Accord as a synonymous family car from Honda.
The Hot Wheels model is inspired by the 5th generation Accord released in 1993. It captures the essence of the fierce racing action of the JTCC (All Japan Touring Car Championship) during that time, where family sedans engaged in intense races with no holds barred. The model showcases a race car-style appearance with features like lowered ride height, front spoiler, and a large wing. This Hot Wheels release marks the debut of a new mold in the Boulevard series.

The Anglia, a compact family car developed not by American Ford but by British Ford for the European market. Hot Wheels took inspiration from the fourth generation, introduced in 1959, and transformed it into a race car version. They removed the front and rear bumpers and grille, giving it an aggressive appearance with overfenders. The fourth-generation Anglia is famous for its scene in the movie "Harry Potter" where it flies through the air. In this Boulevard series, it debuts as a new mold item for Hot Wheels.

The Fairlady Z, released in 1969, has been a symbolic presence in the global sports car scene, cherished for its iconic status in Japan. Originally introduced to meet the demands of the American market, it has consistently garnered more sales in the United States than in Japan. Overseas, the name "Fairlady" is omitted, and the models are officially referred to as Z or ZX.
The Hot Wheels model is based on the current RZ34 model, which has recently become more prevalent on the streets of Japan. With styling reminiscent of the first-generation S30 model and powered by a 3.0-liter twin-turbo engine generating a formidable 405 horsepower, it stands out as the most powerful in the history of the Fairlady Z.

The Celica, a pioneering specialty car that debuted in 1970, made a significant impact in the world of sports cars. The GT grade, featuring a sporty body and a high-performance 4-cylinder twin-cam engine, became an aspirational model for car enthusiasts. With the introduction of the GT-FOUR, equipped with a full-time 4WD system, in the 4th generation Celica, rally cars based on this model achieved great success in the World Rally Championship (WRC).
Hot Wheels has recreated the GT-FOUR from the 6th generation Celica, giving it a rally car-inspired makeover. The TRD USA Racing Team-inspired coloring complements the car's rally-ready appearance.

In commemoration of Porsche's 70th anniversary, the 935 (935/19) was produced in 2019, with only 77 units manufactured. The designation "935" originated from the high-performance, 911-based racing vehicles that dominated race circuits worldwide in the late 1970s. Among them, the 935/78, designed with a long tail and flat nose to enhance high-speed stability, earned the nickname "Moby Dick" and continues to be beloved by many fans, particularly for its performances at the Le Mans 24 Hours race.
The 935/19 pays homage to the 935/78, featuring its body mounted on the 991-generation GT2 chassis as a special model. While not a race car, its competitive appearance and rarity have already made it a collector's item. In the Hot Wheels version, the 935/19 is finished with a color scheme reminiscent of the 917K, the model that brought Porsche its first victory at the Le Mans 24 Hours in 1970.