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Hotwheels collections; Let's seen them!
Topic Started: Feb 15 2015, 11:28 AM (174 Views)
Mk2vr6
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They pop up occasionally on facebook about them, but nothing dedicated. Lets see your collections.
Start this off heres myn at about 150ish cars. Have a couple error's in there including one with the wrong colour hue
Pic was before i moved they are back in a box now
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Tron
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What are those strips holding them? I like that idea.
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Mk2vr6
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They are pvc ceiling tile strips. Look like sideways H's. Fit the box's perfectly. Got them from homedepot
Edited by Mk2vr6, Feb 15 2015, 06:00 PM.
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Impressive. I had a good size collection as a kid which, although removed from packages, were minty. Came across them about a year ago at my parents place after they had been found by my nephews...no longer minty. The cool thing was I hadn't seen them since I was probably 10 years old yet I've since owned many of the cars I played with as a kid, without realizing.

Some highlights were a Mk2 Golf Country, a variety of air cooled Porsches, and just about every BMW of the 80s and early 90s.
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