Doomus_RLC loved the Hot Wheels Cool Classics line, but collectors as a while don't seem to share the same sentiment. However, what if the line came with real riders? Doom did some swaps of his own to see how they could have looked, and wonders if it would have brought the collectors in.
The 1990s were a goldmine for the variation collector, with specific releases often being released over the course of a few years. Doomus RLC shows off 3 HTF variations of one release from one of his favorite 5 packs of the era.
While doing some cleaning and organizing, Doomus RLC took some random pictures of cars he was re-packing into Jammers. Among them were these quite desirable Custom '62 Chevy trucks, so let's take a quick look!
The second You Pick It! series article, as voted by the Instagram crowd, is this gorgeous green TNT Bird! Doomus RLC shows off a personal favorite thanks to you!
Doomus RLC starts a new series, where you pick what gets featured! The first winner from his first Instagram vote is the 2009 Hot Wheels RLC sElections Gremlin Grinder!
Today's Lamley Daily features a utility vehicle in a rather odd deco for what it is. The Hot Wheels Oshkosh Snow Plow from the 1996 Flamethrowers series is featured within!
Doomus RLC dives deep into the toy box again, this time unearthing some old-school Majorette!
The Hot Wheels Mario Kart series is one quite diverse line, with numerous different characters and karts to be paired together! DoomusRLC does a rundown on what he currently has in his collection.
Today DoomusRLC look at some early Hot Wheels Cool Collectible releases in the form of the Dodge Viper GTS Coupe.
DoomusRLC features an odd but interesting little Hot Wheels car for today's Lamley Daily, one that despite on paper was a seemingly odd choice ended up being the definition of "Hot Wheels."
With the 40th anniversary of Hot Wheels, the brand decided to do a few new spoilers designs for their Since '68 tribute line. Here's a look at what they did!
Everyone loves a throwback! Doomus RLC looks at some of his childhood toys, this batch being the Hot Wheels Color Racers in all their play-worn glory!
Today Doomus RLC takes a look at the Hot Wheels Spoilers castings that, while past their prime and now in full dad-bod mode, still brought the fire!
For this Lamley Daily installment, DoomusRLC shows off a childhood favorite... that in a round-about way scared the hell out of him.
For today's Lamley Daily, DoomusRLC takes a gander at the last of a breed: the Hot Wheels Lost Cars of China Blazer 4x4
With the number of different paint processes referred to as "spectraflame" over the last 20 years of Hot Wheels, DoomusRLC takes a quick glance at the different lines that utilized this candy-like paint style!
Doomus RLC takes a look at three Racing Champions '96 Dodge Rams that have decidedly different attitudes each, though when you break it down, they aren't all THAT different.
Sometimes, two castings of a car from the same era can be made, but the brand has to do something to differentiate them. Writer DoomusRLC takes a look at a situation like this, where two Fox Mustangs have completely different personalities.
Among the THOUSANDS of releases Hot Wheels has done in their 53 year existence, only a select few are deemed "perfect" in my eyes. This beauty is one of them.
There's been a lot of talk lately regarding production numbers of the Red Line Club releases. Some complaints that there are too many, some saying they're happy more people have a chance at it. Here's a breakdown of the history of production numbers of HWC/RLC cars and how we got to where we are today.
It's always interesting when someone had multiple hobbies that end up having a similar theme somehow. My love of diecast, video games and, strangely, hats, on display with this new release.
A bit of a forgotten gem, the "modern" Custom Firebird received a few old-school takes in the early days of the black-box releases. Here's a look.
Cadillac's ultimate behemoth of a finned vehicle received the ultra-premium treatment 15-20 years ago. Here's a quick look at the toolings.
Hot Wheels did a pair of killer throw-back lines in 2011-2013 that sadly wound up marred by distribution issues and getting cut short. Here's my take on one of my favorite lines they ever did.