Hot wheels has come out with a line of low cost die cast models that will compare favorably to its higher end
brothers for shelf appeal. The ’69 Camaro in the G machine line has good exterior detail and offers a good look for the custom collector. Once the hood and trunk are open you can
see why the price is so low. The engine is entirely plastic and the trunk contains a stereo set-up of plastic as well. What this model lacks in precise detail it makes up for it with curb appeal.




















The wheels are detailed and in proportion to the car. The low profile tires add a nice touch to the hot rod look. The tires are real rubber and authentic in scale and size.




 In this picture, the front view with the hood scoop adds to the look of this car. It gives it depth and a mean look to this street machine. A quick look inside shows the 3-point seat belts and the fire extinguisher right next to the driver in case of fire on the strip. The hood, grill, and front give the car a straight ahead down the quarter mile looks which is very appealing.














For the interior of the car Hot Wheels spent a lot of time on Detail using racing seat s and a 3-point harness seatbelt to give it he racing look. The details on the interior are a little sparse with unreadable gauges and speedometer but the size and shapes are authentic. The one thing that is missing from the picture is the oversized nitrous tank in the back seat which would surely snap back the heads of even a season driver.
















The lights, grill, and rear end showcase the Camaro look in this car. Overall I was impressed with this car and for the price I might have to invest in a few more to put on the shelf. Although some of the
finer details are absent overall the product is worth looking into.



We would like to thank Mattel for this car to review

BOB L, Contributing reviewer

With kind regards,
Franklin Nichols