There have been some very cool release prior to THE DARK KNIGHT RISES movie release.
Mattel has been pushing out A LOT of rides in all different lines to earn my collecting dollar. The following items were purchased within a week time frame. The earning of my collecting dollar is hard to do but Mattel has been hard at work to make sure they earn EVERYONES dollar. The vehicles are eye catching and uniquely designed!
Regular Mainline Hot Wheels
The Hot Wheel Delivery truck line is still kicking.
The 1:50 Batman Batmobile line has a new little spice. Yet not really a canon movie car that’s remembered instantly. The Batmissle is the newest offering.
I was able to pick up the Japan 40th Anniversary Convention Deco Delivery and I also received the RLC Club Membership Custom AMC AMX.
Wayne and Phil’s garage had GREAT releases in the VW Fastback and the ’56 Ford Pickup. Detailing and paintwork is definitely top notch!
These may have been out in other areas but I recently found some 1:43 Ferrari’s. Very nice products!
I passed by these at the local store and was shocked to see Mattel still rocking the 1:50 scale stuff (or as to those in the know midscale pieces). They had quite a few muscle cars bleh, but this Scion tC gleamed out of that crap like a treasure. I quickly nabbed it and brought home to the rest of its prereleased cousins from the Dropstars family. The tC Definitely digs its new home!
I wandering into the Disney store again today and stumbled across the second series of larger 1:50th-ish scaled vehicles. They had doc, tractor, sally, lightning mcqueen, luigi and guido, as well as a few others, but I decided to grab chick hicks and Mater. Very nice again for the price point of $5.50! My daughter grabbed a lightning McQueen and she rolled it in every store we wandered into.
While running through the aisles of Target on a kitty litter mission. I found these newly hung in the toy aisle. Had to get them to go with my newly purchased 1:18 scales and older 1:64 2 car set. Very meaty for their size. all diecast amazingly. and very finely detailed. definitely worth the $6 price tag *ouch* I just hope they drop a desert camo version as well!