Licsensed, Hot, & Furious

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While watching YouTube videos about Hot Wheels, it prompted me to make a few speculations. I am not entirely versed in how licensing diecast cars works, but I am aware that recently Mattel has lost the Ferrari license and gained the Mercedes license. They have also indicated that they will be producing a few particular older JDM Nissan models and they also have shown a mid 90’s Mazda RX-7.

My wife and I recently watched The Fast and the Furious Tokyo Drift. While watching the movie I realized that it would be completely possible for Hot Wheels to release yet another batch of Fast and Furious cars. This time, they could potentially gain a license to utilize VeilSide and make the RX-7 from either Tokyo Drift, or the original The Fast and The Furious. If they produced both of them in the same set, I think that would bring even more desirability to the bunch.

While they are at it, they should revive the Nissan Silva casting they have so they can make the “Mona Lisa” of Tokyo Drift. The stunning blue and orange S15 owned by Han that Sean destroys in his first attempt at drifting. That would be a stunning car to add to the collection. They should also make the Mitsubishi Lancer that Sean drives throughout the movie as well. My opinion is that particular installment of franchise had some of the best, most non time sensitive cars of all the movies. It doesn’t matter that the movie was out of order because those cars are still drifting to this day.

I would really like to see Hot Wheels produce these cars and add to the Fast and Furious collection of Hot Wheels. I will admit, I have very few of them. They have been hard to find, they have come out in times of my life where I was not as able to search for them, and they are a little too expensive for me to try to purchase on eBay right now. Regardless of that, the fact that these dreams could become a reality, is hope enough to remain steadfast in my desire to collect as many Hot Wheels as I can.

 

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