Hot Wheels Accessories: The Ultimate Guide

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Krause Publications, Jul 28, 2005 - Antiques & Collectibles - 240 pages
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With one Hot Wheels sold every six seconds, these childhood favorites remain a hot ticket collectible, and a resource devoted to Hot Wheels accessories is a must-have for any fan of these sleek and speedy roadsters. Every accessory produced since 1968 to 1998 is included in this comprehensive reference. Detailed listings, with up-to-date prices, cover various accessories including play, gift and track sets; superchargers; buttons; Christmas ornaments; puzzles and trading cards' and lunch boxes. Packed with more than 425 stunning color photos and listings for vintage and modern accessories, this book is a must-have for any Hot Wheels enthusiast. 425+ color photos for easy identification Listings for 30 years of Hot Wheels accessories Most-up-to-date prices give collectors current details for monitoring collections
 

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Contents

Introduction
6
Track Sets Accessories 19681976
7
Track Sets Accessories 19771989
29
Track Sets Accessories 19901998
80
Treasure Hunt Series 19952002
206
Wheel Abbreviations
226
Index
228
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Michael Zarnock has been collecting Hot Wheels cars since they were introduced in 1968. Widely respected as the leading authority on Hot Wheels cars variations, Zarnock is a member of the Diecast Hall of Fame and has twice been selected a Guinness world record holder for his Hot Wheels collection. Mattel honored Zarnock by producing the Mike Zarnock's Altered Roadster from the Drag Strip Demon Series in 2009. Mattel based the car on Zarnock's hot rod he built and raced throughout the Northeast.

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