The Ultimate guide to raising the height of Hot Wheels Diecast Cars. From the simplest hack to fully adjustable working suspension this is the long and short of creating suspension in 1:64 scale
This hellasweet post is also a How To Guide for Hot Wheels Decals as I will be sharing some tips on using clear vs. white backed decals and how to benefit from the best of both worlds. Now sit back and watch as we turn this Fair Lady into a K&N Sponsored Fat Girl in Uggs
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
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
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
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.