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Any Hot Wheels experts on these boards?

Discussion in 'Merchandise, Collectibles, Memorabilia, Apparel, a' started by GTS-R 001, May 19, 2013.

  1. GTS-R 001

    GTS-R 001 Enthusiast

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    Any Hot Wheels experts on the board?

    I have a Highway 35 collectors set, #62 of 1000.

    Has all 35 cars plus the ZED car, which I have read being worth $400-$500 by itself.

    Any idea what the set is worth?

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  2. ViperGeorge

    ViperGeorge Enthusiast

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    PM Chris Marshall. I think he sold some kind of Hot Wheels thing for BIG dollars and bought his Viper with the proceeds. Google Chris Marshall and highest price Hot Wheels.
     
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    http://cjonline.com/stories/111499/kan_hotwheels.shtml

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  4. Y2K5SRT

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    Ah, the memories. :D Unfortunately I left the world of 1:64 scale cars for the more exciting world of 1:1 scale cars around that same time, so no idea what new diecast cars are bringing these days. There are a couple avid Hot Wheels collectors that occasionally post here that should be able to jump in and help. Otherwise I would just search eBay as I am fairly certain it is still the largest market for diecast. Good luck!
     
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    canadian venom Enthusiast

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    Cool story
     
  6. Hoosier Daddy

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    Ahh the old redlines. Parents would buy us one a month. Usually by the second week the last vehicle was unrecognizable with a few missing pieces and frame damage. Just like my Tom Seaver rookie card, didn't know who Jerry Koosman was so I used a black magic marker to make him disappear.
     

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