Today we focus the spotlight on the 1:64 scale diecast world in which our custom Hot Wheels live – welcome to ‘Your Custom Hotwheels Diorama Edition’
Welcome to Your Custom Hotwheels where we check out some of the amazing customs and creative badassery that Instagram and the #MyCustomHotwheels hashtag has to offer … Note that these customs are in no particular order, they just begin at awesome and end somewhere around hell yeah! *Today’s episode showcases more than 50 customs from 49 highly talented customisers!*
VIDEO – Here’s my method for stripping the paint from my Hot Wheels… It’s quick easy and the only way I’d ever strip paint off any diecast car.
Safety first!…oh who am I kidding, Coffee first, then customizing. Safety’s like 5th. anyway…Let’s see how to drill open a Hot Wheels Diecast Car SAFELY
The Toyota Hilux casting from Hot Wheels comes from the factory higher than a junkie on dole day. It was time to bring this pickup down to earth and turn the Hilux into a Lowlux
Today we’ll be shining the customizer spotlight on a guy who has been my right hand man here at MCH for the last couple of years, helping to manage not only the Facebook page but also to deal with the onslaught of questions (and occasional peanuts) that the page attracts.
What do you get when you cross a Ferrari 288GTO with the Hot Wheels Tow-Jam Casting? – A bloody fast Tow Truck is what! Introducing the Ferrari Tow Eighty-Eight.
We have learned how to make hinging doors and bonnets for our Hot Wheels but now we take things up a level. This awesome Guide comes from Scott B and teaches us how to make Tilting, Dumping & Dancing Beds for our 1:64 scale Hot Wheels Diecast Cars, I mean Mini Trucks.
The Customiser Spotlight – shining the light on extraordinary talent in the custom Hot Wheels community. Today we cast the MCH spotlight on @RoyaleSyndicate
Introducing my take on the Minions in 1:64 scale. Meet Stuart, Kevin & Bob – the unofficial Hot Wheels Minions that are better than the official ones…I reckon anyway
Today it gives me great pleasure to bring you a guest post and a brilliant hack to create adjustable leaf spring type suspension using nothing more than cable ties (zip-ties) and some ingenuity.