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I ran out to Walmart this morning for the first time in over a week to get some Bird Food items
for the feeders in the backyard and the Hot Wheels isle was totally unbelievable. Nothing new on any peg
and left over A, B, C, D and F case junk was all that was hanging up in the isle. So I went on with my bird
food shopping and decided to go through the Sporting Goods area AND LOW AND BEHOLD THERE WAS A
NEW MULTI-CUBBY HOLE HOT WHEELS DISPLAY ON THE FAR END OF THE TOY SECTION!
The only problem was the display looked like it had been hit by a RPG as several of the middle cubbyhole
sections had been torn out of the display and a multitude of the Hot Wheels were lying in the floor. And I
ain't talking about 4 or 5 either- maybe 75 to 100! I started to just pass on by but a few of the ones in
the floor caught my eye so I did manage to come home with these 10 2019's....






"THE BLING HOG STRIKES AGAIN!!
WEE, WEE, WEE All The Way Home!!​
 

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Awesome haul congrats. :thumbsup:
 

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There are a few that I haven't seen, like the Torino and Mustang.
Only thing I don't like are the colored wheels on the Mustang, Not a fan when Mattel does that on cars that really should not have.
 

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I Agree 110%

There are a few that I haven't seen, like the Torino and Mustang.
Only thing I don't like are the colored wheels on the Mustang, Not a fan when Mattel does that on cars that really should not have.
That's why I usually do a wheel swap on the more recent Art Cars.

>:)
 
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