Hot Wheels 1990 Acura NSX with a surprise

There are a few who do not like this casting, but I am one of the many who does. The only thing I would change is the windscreen color and I would like it to have a clear windscreen. My reason for this well it makes it more realistic and well you will find out why later on in this post.


 Wow sure is sweet, now let us take it apart and look at the parts
A well detailed body

Well detailed windscreen and roof

But why would you want to hide all this great detailing?

Very well done interior and check out that engine 

Well all in all a sweet addition to the collection but can we please have some clear windscreen models Mattel.
What are your thoughts?

The video from Aus Wheels youtube channel

A little surprise in the Dodge Charger SRT from Hot Wheels

 This is a cool casting which grabbed my attention on the pegs straight away. Once set free from the plastic clear bubble it shone in all it's glossy red glory. A simple paint scheme whit even less tampos but this only makes it better in my opinion. I appreciate the detailed rear as I am a sucker for detailing. The black wheels work well and it has a good stance.

Now for the parts
 Sweet body
 This interior excites me
 Cool detailing
 Out of all the vehicles I have opened up so far this one has the best interior detailing I have seen. For instance the aircon ducts on the dash and the dash itself and then hey what is this Wow an engine block that you would never know existed unless you took it apart. Why did they do this? The only idea I have is that this interior will be used in a casting that has an opening bonnet or clear cover. What are your thoughts?
 These wheels look great
slightly smoked windscreen

Want to watch the video

Hot Wheels Heritage Datsun Bluebird 510

Wow I am really loving these Hot Wheels Heritage cars so far and here is one of the favorites of the first Real Rider release the Datsun Bluebird 510.
This is an awesome piece and is presented in a pearl metallic paint job. The tampos are good and we have a few sponsors CHAMPION, GOOD YEAR, B/S and BELL.
The racing number 92 is on both doors and the bonnet and above that the Hot Wheels logo all done very nicely.
Only one rivet holds this casting together which is very cool and reveals the clear plastic windscreen that feels different to other windscreens I have come across so maybe better  or cheaper plastic (not sure) but it still looks amazing and so I am going with better.

The inner capsule has a roll cage and the interior which is great because the roll cage folds forward allowing good access to the detailed interior eg. seats, dash etc. The metal base is very well finished and detailed and the rubber tread Real Rider tyres are hot.
One thing I noticed is that the base says Datsun Bluebird S10 and not 510 is this a printing error?

So to sum up it was well worth the ten Australian dollars I paid.

Ok time to look at some pictures, let me know your thoughts

Datsun 240Z Hot Wheels Heritage review and parts

Join me as I set this Heritage series Datsun 240Z free and then we take it apart for the customizers.

I like this series so far and it looks like most of you do too.

Ok let's have a look at some pictures and I do like how the interior opens up to allow easy access for detailing. What are your thoughts?

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