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Hot Wheels - Acceleracers - Ignition
Two rival race teams, the Teku and the Metal Maniacs, are recruited by Dr. Peter Tezla to race in the fantastic Racing Realms and retrieve the all-powerful AcceleChargers before they fall into the hands of the deadly Racing Drones. Our drivers race through the Storm and Swamp Realms.
Biographies:"Meet the Drivers"
DVD ROM Features
Easter Eggs:Featurette demonstrating how to play the collectable card game--available inside every DVD.
Featurette:Virtual car gallery
Other:6 Micro episodes and Glossary of various racing terms
A Hot Wheels display bin.
A Mattel Hot Wheels display bin in the toy section of the Merivale Road Loblaws supermarket in Nepean. I understand that, for supermarkets with small toy departments, these bins are kind of useful due to extremely limited shelf space devoted to toys, but, as an adult Hot Wheels collector, I kind of hate these kinds of bins because they're almost impossible to root through looking for rareties and "Treasure Hunt" cars without making a huge mess taking all of the Hot Wheels in front out to see what's behind. I find it's often most productive to go in through the top rather than check the side opening, but, even then, I can only go a little way down into the bin. I wish Mattel would bring back the rotating Hot Wheels racks I remember from when I was a young boy. Also, I would love if Loblaws could start stocking the Hot Wheels 60th Anniversary Ferrari limited edition cars.
N199 - Hot Wheels '73 Ford Falcon XB custom "Pursuit Special" Mad Max, The Road Warrior
* My "Special Pursuit", based on Hot Wheels '73 Ford Falcon XB (Yellow - 2010). The carrosserie was cut. The supercharger and the side escapes were poured in dental alloy Nickel-chromium. Both tanks behind are a piece of Lego, and the nose is absent as in the movie after the first 5 minutes. The wheels were taken from Talladega T-Hunt of 2010. * Ma "Special Pursuit", realisee sur une base de Hot Wheels '73 Ford Facon XB jaune de 2010. La carrosserie a ete decoupee. Le compresseur et les echappements lateraux ont ete coules en alliage dentaire Nickel-chrome. Les citernes a l'arriere sont une piece de Lego, et la calandre est absente tel que dans le film apres les 5 premieres minutes. Les roues proviennent d'une Talladega T-Hunt de 2010.
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With enough track and speed to fuel any young car-lover's imagination, Hot Wheels: World Race zestfully celebrates the 35th anniversary of Mattel's popular racecar collectibles. Fresh from acing his driving test, teenage surfer Vert Wheeler gets recruited--along with a handful of world-famous racers--to drive a parallel dimension known as Highway 35. Their sponsor is a mysterious scientist, creator of uncommonly powerful and cool-looking vehicles. Their mission: to capture the Wheel of Power, "the greatest source of energy the world has ever known!" (Cue echo machine.) It's a dangerous, heart-thumping journey through surreal desert, volcano, jungle, ocean, and urban courses. To its credit, World Race provides clean entertainment: no one swears, no one dies, and stiff competition turns out to be a healthy exercise in team building. This 110-minute show is crafted in dizzying CGI format and amplified by hard rock music throughout (Smash Mouth provides the end theme). (Ages 5 and older) --Liane Thomas