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Which Hot Wheels Should I Buy?

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Every hot wheel die cast car is different, and whatever you choose to buy for the first time would not be a mistake. Spoiler alert, though, that once you start buying, you'll find yourself craving to buy another one, and this passion will just keep you looking forward to owning more of these hot wheels.

You may choose hot wheels according to your preferred series. You can buy hot wheels that are from the Treasure Hunts or the Super Treasure Hunts series. There are also HWC or RLC Exclusives and Premium cars series. You can also have the Retailer Exclusives, Variants and the Redliner Series.

Which Hot Wheels to Buy?

If you are wondering Which Hot Wheels to buy and are confused about where to start, it is best to familiarize yourself first with the cars that are lined up in every series. For example, the 2020 Treasure Hunts include the Bubble Matic, Mercedes Benz Unimog 1300, Grass Chomper, Bus of Steel, Batman Arkham Asylum Batmobile and the Custom '56 Ford Truck, among others. The 2021 Super Treasure Hunts include Nissan 300ZX Twin Turbo, Corvette Grand Sport Roadster, and the Corvette C7 Z06 Convertible, among others.

An example of Hot Wheels Premium Cars is the Fast and Furious series, which include the Nissan Silvia S15 and the 1970 Ford Escort. For the Retailer Exclusives, you can buy Kroger's '71 Datsun Bluebird 510 Wagon, '66 Batmobile, '67 Camaro and the '90 Acura NSX. On the other hand, Walmart Exclusives include the '64 Chevy Impala, '85 Honda City Turbo II, and the Land Rover Series III Pickup.

The Redliners include the original Sweet 16. These vintage Hot Wheels are now rarities. But you may try checking out garage sales, flea markets, and collectors' conventions and see if you can find one or some of these vintage hot wheels.

You can also choose to buy those hot wheels variants. These variants occur due to manufacturing constraints. These are hot wheel cars that have molding alterations, altered decorations, or swapped out wheels. The rarer the variation, the more valuable these hot wheels are.


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