Hot Wheels the Ultimate Redline Guide: Identification and Values 1968-1977
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Hot Wheels the Ultimate Redline Guide: Identification and Values 1968-1977

by Jack Clark, Robert P. Wicker
     
 

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Hot Wheels, The Ultimate Redline Guide, Second Edition, takes an in-depth look at Redline Hot Wheels cars manufactured between 1968 and 1977. Everything you loved about the first edition is still here! Over 1,500 larger-than-life color photographs complement hundreds of listings, which include all color variations, and current collector values. Besides Hot Wheels

Overview

Hot Wheels, The Ultimate Redline Guide, Second Edition, takes an in-depth look at Redline Hot Wheels cars manufactured between 1968 and 1977. Everything you loved about the first edition is still here! Over 1,500 larger-than-life color photographs complement hundreds of listings, which include all color variations, and current collector values. Besides Hot Wheels cars, collector buttons are listed and valued, as are track sets, play sets, sticker sheets and decals, parts, and related merchandise. This all-new second edition has been revised and expanded to include more variations and values for both loose and packaged vehicles. The new standard for Redline collectors also includes a special section on prototype vehicles. Collector checklists are once again provided, in addition to user-friendly indexes. Multiple, full-color photos of each Hot Wheel vehicle make it easy to identify cars. Cars are listed by value, from common to rare.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781574324419
Publisher:
Collector Books
Publication date:
03/01/2005
Edition description:
Revised
Pages:
400
Product dimensions:
8.76(w) x 11.30(h) x 1.07(d)

Meet the Author

Jack Clark is a retired specialty retailer and private investigator. His collection of Hot Wheels includes more than 1,200 redline cars. He is interested in 1960s and 1970s toys, and collects G.I. Joe, Captain Action, Johnny West, lunchboxes, hand puppets, Marx playsets, and t.v. character and related toys such as the Munsters, James Bond, Green Hornet, and Lost in Space. He plans to open a toy museum someday.

Robert Wicker became reacquainted with his childhood love of Hot Wheels cars in the early 1990s at a flea market, and he has been collecting them ever since. He is a computer programmer/analyst, and also collects 50s & 60s music.

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