Don’t let your kids watch this video! With 275-feet of Hot Wheels track, 15 hours of work, and 1 NHRA U.S. Nationals winning Pro Stock driver—let the fun begin. Proving you’re never too old to build your dream Hot Wheels track, 2019 U.S. Nationals-winning Pro Stock racer, Alex Laughlin converted his home garage into a […]
There were three basic designs of wheels used on Hot Wheels cars during the Redline era from 1969 to 1977. “Bearing Wheels” : 1968 to 1970 “Capped Wheels” : 1969 to 1972 “Thru Hole” or “One Piece” : 1973 to 1977 Bearing Wheel System The bearing wheel system was the system designed for the first […]
Model car fans!! Are you an expert when it comes to Hot Wheels Redlines? Do you want to be? We’re here to improve your Redlines knowledge thanks to dozens of new articles from our diecast-loving friends and partners at The Toy Peddler. Look for those articles now by searching the hobbyDB Blog to discover some […]
The Story Many small diecast models have been made in Argentina. Brands such as Buby, Galgo, Aguti, Loden, Rapitoy, and Jet (by Gillette) have all originated within this South American country. In addition, the Muky models were produced there during the 1970s and 1980s. The history of Muky begins in the early 1970s. The De […]
Quack! Quack! Calling all duck hunters and collectors that hunt vintage duck decoys! hobbyDB is home to more than 550 decoys ranging from the late 1800s to modern day. Many of the vintage decoys were crafted from the likes of Anthony Elmer Crowell, the Ward Brothers and the Mason Decoy Factory. So we thought we’d […]
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