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Thursday, August 13, 2015

Hot Wheels Retro Entertainment Batch H is now out at Wheel Collectors...

This batch should get a few of you excited.  It has my attention.

Our friends at Wheel Collectors have all models of Hot Wheels Retro Entertainment Batch H available, and there is a lot to like.  You can see the whole batch here:

Hot Wheels Retro Entertainment Batch H

Of course, for me it all starts with the Toyota 2000GT Roadster.  Not because it is a James Bond car, even though that is pretty cool, but because it is a new, and beautiful, Japanese car casting.  A must-have for me, and I am sure for many of you.

But this batch allows us to go full Hot Wheels classic as well, with the '67 Camaro making an appearance.  I am really digging this version.  Because the '67 gets used an awful lot, we rarely see a plain version like this one, and it looks fantastic.

Finally, not one, but TWO versions of the Back to the Future Delorean.  These are not my cup of tea, but I am in the massive minority here, considering how popular these are.

Of course, Fast & Furious fans must be happy to have another Charger.  I think.


  1. What is the difference between the first retro entertainment F&F Charger from this new one?

    1. That it's matte black which is redundant considering the card references the original movie but that was was a gloss black (and already released). Seems lazy on Mattels part, should've released the Escort, Charger Daytona, or Mustang from Tokyo drift premium instead.

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    3. From the pictures I've seen, the car is identical to the first Entertainment release. The only difference is the card art. This will be the 6th time and 4th different version of the black '70 Charger R/T released for the F&F franchise. Ok. We get it now. Move on. There are SO many cool cars from the movies that they could have used instead.

    4. I agree, I'm getting sick of the Charger now....

  2. I picked up some of these a few weeks ago, I skipped on the Charger as it looks the same as the last Retro Entertainment version.