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Hot Wheels Deora Ii
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Hot Wheels Deora II
Hot Wheels Deora II SEMA Las Vegas Originally 3 images The original Deora was part of the first Hot Wheels line in 1968. In 1964, Chrysler commissioned Mike and Larry Alexander to customize their new economy pickup, the Dodge A-100. Based on automotive designer Harry Bentley Bradley's illustration, the Alexander brothers created a low, cab-forward design with a front-opening cab; giving it a very sleek, futuristic appearance. The 1968 Hot Wheels Deora became a huge hit and an automotive legend. In 2000, Hot Wheels designer Nathan Proch created the Deora II as an homage to the groundbreaking and original spirit of Hot Wheels cars. In 2003, in preparation for the Hot Wheels' 35th anniversary, the Deora II was built and the 1:64-scale, die cast Deora II has been a staple in the Hot Wheels line ever since. Model: Deora II Designer: Nathan Proch Builder: Chip Foose and 5-axis Engine: Cadillac Northstar Body: Fiberglass No. Cylinders: 8 Front Wheels: KMC Slides Rear Wheels: KMC Slides Tires: Toyo Paint: Custom PPG
Hot Wheels "life-size" Deora® II
Where the trunk looked like it should be was where the cockpit actually was. To start the car, you have to push it backwards for about 10 car lengths, then hop in and release the emergency break. Hang on tight for the loop, and try not to hit the other prototype car at CrissCross Canyon!