How To Customize Hot Wheels & Diecast Cars
Here you will find everything you need to get started, from removing wheels and tampos, to making your own axles and repainting the car itself. Please know that all of the methods I share here are what I have personally found to have worked the best and most consistently over time. I realise there are a thousand different ways to go about customizing your Hot Wheels die-cast cars so if you find taking a little of my advice and mixing it with something you heard elsewhere then go for it. Or as Homer would say “A little from column A, a little from column B”
Official Disclaimer/Warning Notice:
Learning how to customize Hot Wheels is an addictive
hobby habbit that will completely and utterly take over your life – Unless of course you are a sane person who actually knows when to stop and doesn’t obsess over each and every little thing. – ‘Yes well Alex, why can’t you be more like this?!’
I hope you find the information and more importantly, the inspiration you need to go off and start growing your own collection of customized Hot Wheels.
Welcome to another Hot Wheels How To, although this one is more of a H…awesome Hot Wheels Hack because we’ve taken the age old trick of creating that rusted dumped car look and simplified the hell out of it.
Following up on our Scratch Build special – today I’ve been lucky enough to get the input from two highly talented customisers who each share their method for creating side mirrors in 1:64 scale for your next custom Hot Wheels creation.
The Ultimate Hot Wheels Hack – How to remove the base and pull apart Hot Wheels withOUT drilling out the rivets. This really is the perfect wheelswap
Welcome to what has become one of, if not the, most extensive guide on scratch building 1:64 scale custom parts for Hot Wheels and other branded Diecast Cars you're ever likely to read. Not only have I managed to get some of the best guys in the business sharing their...
Today I will be ... sitting back and enjoying this awesome How To Guide with you while a creative and talented Hot Wheels Customizer and close (IG) friend of mine shares his tricks of the trade. Introducing Gram Spina aka @hwc_hwcrazy The first thing you should know...
I wanted it to look flush – as if it was part of the initial design and not an afterthought* (Herein lies the key to good custom creations vs. average ones) and so attacked the plastic roof section with my blade… *Follow me as I put this odd creation together
Today we’re going back to where it all began and learning the single most important skill required to customise Hot Wheels and Diecast Cars – the basic wheel swap.
How To Make Deep Dish Wheels in any style you like. That’s right guys – I’ve officially cracked the deep dish code and will be sharing with you the secrets to making deep dish wheels without limitation. This of course means I’m going straight to the BBS style wheel 😀
Welcome to the most comprehensive guide on how to cut Hot Wheels ever!. Today we’re slicing and dicing Hot Wheels diecast cars like it’s nobody’s business
OK Guys You've been asking for this for some time now so I decided to get my act together and compile what I think is the most thorough how to guide on creating wide-body kits and using epoxy putty that you are likely to find anywhere. Big call perhaps but instead of...
Journey into the mind of a customiser and find out where I get my inspiration, how I start my customs and why only one sock ever goes missing from the wash.
Today we are making even more deep dish wheels for our Custom Hot Wheels and Diecast Cars, but today it’s Hellasweet Hellaquick, with a 5 minute process helping you get that stanced look faster than ever