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- Hot Wheels is a brand of die cast toy car, introduced by American toymaker Mattel in 1968. It was the primary competitor of Matchbox until 1996, when Mattel acquired rights to the Matchbox brand from Tyco.
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- Hot Wheels is a thirty minute Saturday morning animated television series broadcast on ABC from 1969 to 1971, under the primary sponsorship of Mattel Toys.
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Hot Wheels Speed Racer Sky Jump Track Set
The Speed Racer Grand Prix track set is all about huge jumps, awesome stunts and major crashes. See how many cars you can fit on the track for the ultimate stunt jump that catapults the cars high into the air, then shoots them back around the track. Or try to crash them in the middle to create a huge pile-up. Either way, capture the thrill of the final Grand Prix race where it's all about major jumps and mayhem. Comes with one Mach 6 vehicle. Not for use with some Hot Wheels vehicles. Requires four "C" batteries, not included.
Get ready for fast-paced race track action and dramatic crashes. With four battery-powered speed boosters, an exclusive Mach 6 race car, and a stunt jump that tosses cars high in the air, the Hot Wheels Speed Racer Sky Jump Track Set is sure to keep kids aged five and up busy for hours.
Speed Racer races through the track and ends with a 30-inch jump. View larger.
A replica of Speed's Mach 6 in included. View larger.
What We Think
(what this means)
The Good: High-speed raceway launches cars in the air and sets up dramatic crashes
The Bad: Only includes one car; set is not compatible with every Hot Wheels car
In a Nutshell: The Speed Racer Sky Jump Track Set inspires hours of action-packed fun
At a Glance
Ages: 5 and up
Requires: Four D cell batteries
Getting Ready to Race
Before your child can enjoy this action-packed sky jump set, an adult needs to assemble the track. This straightforward process can be completed in less than 30 minutes with the instruction booklet that provides step-by-step instructions and clear illustrations. Each connection point is identified by a letter or number that appears in the manual and on the pieces of the track, and the tracks snap together without using any special tools. Four D cell batteries are required to power the speed boosters and the motorized rotating tunnel, which sets cars back on the fast track after wild jumps.
Go, Speed Racer! Go!
Once the track is assembled, switch on the boosters and drop the sleek red and white Mach 6 race car into the sky jump cone. The cool rotating tunnel automatically sets the car upright and shoots it through the first set of speed boosters onto the track. Quadruple loops with all kinds of inverted twists and turns pave the way to a vertigo-inducing jump that sends cars flipping and twisting up to 30 inches in the air, where they hit a sturdy canopy and are deflected back into the sky jump cone for another round of action.
Inspired by the newest movie, in which Speed Racer is out to win the Grand Prix against all odds, this adventurous track set is big on fun. The exclusive Mach 6 car gives dare devils and speed demons a chance to bring their favorite character and his super-fast sense of adventure home in a way that's totally safe.
Grand Prix Competition
The smooth transitions between track pieces kept cars on track surprisingly often, and with the time-tested durability of Hot Wheels car construction, our seemingly endless crashes didn't do any apparent damage to the Mach 6 racer or the track.
Our only complaint about this fun-filled set is the fact that it comes with just one car. In our experience, additional cars more than doubled the fun with four collision intersections to watch out for and several possibilities for competitive multi-racer games. Trying to keep as many cars as possible moving and rocketing through the air was a favorite activity that resulted in plenty of high-stakes pile-ups.
But be careful selecting additional cars, since this set is not compatible with every Hot Wheels car on the market. The track is designed to let your child race all the 1:64 Speed Racer vehicles for an ultimate Grand Prix experience.
What's in the Box
Mach 6 Hot Wheels car, track set, and instruction booklet.
[EDROTH] [HW] monster eyes windicator
I made an Ed Roth style monster eye electronic finish line out of a cheap Chinesian track set that comes with an electronic windicator, 2 new micro switches, 2 plastic eyeballs, and 2 colored transluscent clutch pencil caps. Total parts cost $15: $10 for cheap Chinesian track set, $1 for generic clutch pencils, 2 x $2 for each eyeball. I'm a cheap mother. This set-up gives a good indication of which of 2 Hot Wheels or Matchbox kars (cars) crosses the finish line first in true Ed "big daddy" Roth monster eye style.
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boston, december 1969 christmas at the dewolf home hot wheels set includes pictures of christmas at the dewolf home on beacon hill; also pictures of a visit with nick's friend, peter gregory part of an archival project, featuring the photographs of nick dewolf