Wax on, wax off.
I always wanted a mentor who made me brave against the bullies and then would give me a car, and in the meantime score a lady like Elisabeth Shue. Still holding out, but mainly for the car. I feel pretty brave, and I am pretty satisfied in the love life category.
So while I dream, I should probably say I would probably pick a different car than the ’40 Ford, but beggars can’t be choosers. Maybe I would pick Dom’s ’70 Charger, but I am only saying that to transition to the other model we are featuring in this post. (We all know I would take some sort of Nostalgic Japanese Car in my Karate Kid dream.)
The Charger, another premium version of a mainline car, which already had an enhanced version in the Fast & Furious line. So you can consider this the Super TH version of last year’s mainline, if that floats your boat. The fact is it looks really good with Real Riders. Good enough for me to actually consider adding it to the Lamley collection.
Hot Wheels ’70 Dodge Charger R/T & ’40 Ford Convertible (2014 Retro Entertainment):
6 Replies to “First Look: Hot Wheels Retro Entertainment ’70 Dodge Charger R/T & ’40 Ford Convertible…”
YOU GOTTA LOVE THAT CHARGER
The charger in Flat Black paint with all the little details, looks great!
The 40 Ford is nice, but wont make it into my displays.
That's actually a 1948 Ford. I can't wait for the Back to the Future release of the Ford later this year. The Charger is nice, too.
The Ford is nice, but I don't like it.
Boy man, surrender the Charger!!!
Wish the Charger was GLOSS black, instead of flat, but i'll pick-n-choose my battles since it's looks BADASS w/the Real Rider set-up!
RIP Paul Walker!
The KK Ford looks pretty damn cool to be honest. I can't help to think of Mr. Miyagi when I see this car.. and he was kinda' cool too. Remember when he got drunk off his butt?
I too wish the Charger was Gloss Black.And that's coming from someone who loves flat black cars.Just doesn't look right on this one IMO.