Had fun turning a Hot Wheels Volkswagen T2 pickup and a Disney Cars Mini Racers Lightning McQueen into Mini McQueen and Volks McWagen. The customs turned out quite nice but it wasn’t until @ChadEMartinPhotography turned his camera onto them that they really popped! KACHOW indeed.
OK so there’s no persons being consumed anywhere – in any shape of form. But how could I resist adding it to the title?! Besides, who doesn’t love the smell of alliteration in the morning?! :p
It has also just occurred to me that all three of these shiny purple customs are of European descent – and if you know your car brands will realise that in fact all three brands are owned by Volkswagen AG – which itself is majority owned by the Porsche family. So it seems that no matter how far you travel in these European automotive circles, you always end up back where you Stuttgarted 😉
From mild to wild, here are 17 of my favourite custom Hot Wheels and 1/64 diecast creations. I start with my Top 3 and then just start rambling tbh…Come and enjoy the ride 🙂
A Christmas themed custom I created to celebrate this most festive of seasons. This epic build was going fine until Santa fell out of the sleigh!
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
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.
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
My Custom Hotwheels recently partnered with Krispy Kreme Australia to help promote their Tropical Summer Doughnut range – and the results were delicious!
What do you get when you cross a Hot Wheels Bread Box casting with a Kool Kombi? Why the first ever Gluten Free Custom Hot Wheels that’s what!
This Custom Volkswagen Kool Kombi started low and slow but in typical low rider style soon bounced, popped and locked it’s way to badass-ville.