So is this really still the Hot Wheels Special Edition Camaro when it lost its Hot Wheels Special Edition deco?
I guess so, but honestly I don’t care either way. This could have been the ZL1, or one of a plethora of new Camaro castings, but they chose to use the latest. Well, no they didn’t, as the COPO already came out this year. Wow, that is a lot of Camaros.
But there might as well be a lot of Camaros, because with what has to be a contractual obligation to have at least two Camaros and two Mustangs in each year’s Super TH lineup, you need to have a lot to choose from. I’m not complaining, just observing.
We already know of two Mustang Supers coming, and with Mustang turning 50, there might be more. There has to be another Camaro later in the year, though, as we tragically only know of one.
And, by the way, you Chevy and Ford fans who didn’t know what to do last year with those two Toyotas in the Super TH lineup, fearing that the earth had clearly come free of its axis. I mean, shouldn’t it be all Chevy and Ford with the occasional Mopar sprinkled in? Apparently, yes. Look at 2014 so far:
- CHEVY Opala SS
- FORD Raptor (Sandblaster)
- CHEVY Camaro Special Edition
- ’07 FORD Mustang
- ’71 FORD Mustang Boss
- CHEVY Bel Air Gasser