My Custom Hotwheels recently partnered with Krispy Kreme Australia to help promote their Tropical Summer Doughnut range – and the results were delicious!
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
This two tone Nissan Skyline ‘Hako’ looks hella-vintage and surprisingly awesome with whitewalls.
This custom 2 tone Nissan 180sx (or 240sx in the US) is sitting hellaflush on custom deep dish wheels and looking JDM as #&@ (yo)
I finally got my hands on the road trippin’ skyline R34 from Hotwheels and when I added these TE37 style mainline wheels – hellayeah!
The mainline release of the Nissan 180sx Type X is one of the nicest castings I have seen come from Hotwheels in a long time. Throw in a wheel swap using colour coded watanabe style real riders and she’s… perfect.
The Nissan Skyline 2000GT-R was released in 1973 and was dubbed the ‘Kenmeri’ after Nissan ran a marketing campaign that featured an American couple called Ken and Mary.
A couple of my favourite JDM Customs, a Fast and Furious Supra and a jet black Skyline GTR34 meeting at night.