Your preference will be saved for 90 days, or until you clear your browser cookies.
If you are a fan of both the xylophone and Hot Wheels cars, check this out. The guys from 5MadMovieMakers launched a bunch of classic Ford Mustang Hot Wheels into xylophone bars that are hung over parallel tracks, each playing a note as they crash into them.
What if I told you that it takes a full five minutes to get a single piece of tape out of this insane Rube Goldberg machine? Hey, it’s about the journey, not the tape. At least that’s what I would keep telling myself if I had to wait on this machine to get said tape.
Rocket League is a super hot game right now. The game recently even debuted on the Nintendo Switch. Well, now gamemaker Psyonix and toymaker Mattel have teamed up to bring the game into the real world.
I watched quite a few reruns of Wonder Woman with Linda Carter growing up. I also watched more than my share of Justice League cartoons on Saturday mornings. The thing I remember most about the Wonder Woman TV series was her invisible jet.
The group at 5 Mad Movie Makers have created something truly stunning here. They captured POV footage of a Hot Wheels car racing through a magical world of colorful lights, glow sticks, and deadly fire. It is appropriately titled Hot Wheels Nightmare.
Check out this one-of-a-kind Star Wars X-Wing Fighter vehicle from Hot Wheels. It’s full size, mind you. Not a tiny toy. It is currently on display at San Diego Comic-Con.
Wow. Just wow. The only problem I see is that the thing probably cost more money than that most humans could ever afford, but that’s okay.
Born in 1980, Nicholas Kirkwood grew up right as video games, sci-fi and computers became mainstream. So for his 10th anniversary as a shoe designer he decided to pay homage to geek culture and the icons of our generation.
Hot Wheels’ toy cars let kids pretend they’re hotshot racers. The company’s new Car Maker model kit on the other hand, lets them be factory workers. The kit has a machine that turns a stick of wax into a car body by pressing it into a heated mold.
I like to think that I’m pretty plugged into retro geek culture, but I have to hand it to the guys over at You Found a Secret Area! for turning up something I’ve not seen before – a series of Atari 2600-themed cars from Hot Wheels.
This may be the most awesome video you see all week. Team Hot Wheels has landed the Guinness World Record for successfully racing two real cars through a 60-foot tall double vertical loop at the X Games in Los Angeles over the weekend.
Looking for a fun gift for that kid who loves toy cars? If they’re into Hot Wheels, your kid might just like to have this alarm clock by their bedside. The Hot Wheels alarm clock can wake you with beeping, radio or the only real reason you’d buy this – engine sounds.
An enterprising dad constructed this incredible Hot Wheels track, that spans over 2,000 feet. It goes through an entire house, down the street, and over a hot tub. I don’t know how long it was up, but it sure looked cool.
I am a car guy, I take my car to lots of different racing events, and often I record the event with my GoPro camera that sticks to the windshield. My son is a little car guy and he collects how wheels cars.
It has to be good to be an artist. If you have a penchant for things like LEGO or Hot Wheels cars you can just come up with some wild DIY project idea and start building and no one thinks you are weird for playing with kid’s toys, it’s art after all.