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Hot Wheels Ferrari

Just as the name Hot Wheels is synonymous with toy cars, the name Ferrari is synonymous with sports and racing cars. For many people a diecast model may be the only Ferrari they ever own. One advantage of going with Hot Wheels is storage space. A diecast scale model takes up far less space than a full size F40 or Ferrari 348. You can jump start your collection with cars like the ones many people had as children.;

Which Ferraris Does Hot Wheels Make?

Over the years, Hot Wheels has made a very large number of different Ferrari models in different sizes and scales. The models include a wide range of popular cars from Ferraris extensive history as well as new cars and limited editions. Take a look at this incomplete list of diecast model Ferraris from Hot Wheels:

  • Ferrari 250 California
  • Ferrari 308 Quatrovalvole
  • Ferrari 365 GTB/4
  • Ferrari 550 Maranello
  • Ferrari F40
  • Ferrari F50

What Should You Look For When Collecting Hot Wheels Ferraris?

Collecting diecast cars is a great hobby, but there are a number of things you need to look into when planning your collection. The more thought you put into it, the more you can get out of it. Just like with any collectible toy, there are certain aspects that drive value:

  • Packaging: ; Hot Wheels cars are worth more when still sealed in the original packaging. The better condition the packaging is in, the better off you are.
  • Condition: ; The overall condition of the car matters, too; especially if its not in its original box or blister pack.
  • Rarity: ; A rare Hot Wheels car is going to have more unmet demand than a common one. That drives up value.

Collectible Hot Wheels Cars

Whether its a limited edition LaFerrari still in the original packaging or a Michael Schumacher replica thats put thousands of scale miles on bright orange Hot Wheels track there are collectible models for every fan. In addition to the standard toys you can find anywhere, there are Redline editions from the first two years of production. They got the name from the thin red lines around the wheels in 1968 and 1969. Some people customize their cars, creating one-of-a-kind diecast models. For those who want to play, there are RC cars that can take to the track. Collecting rare Hot Wheels is like a treasure hunt. Some models are hot and hard to find, while others are more common and make a great base for your collection. Its all about finding the toys that best fit your interests as a collector.

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