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Statistics About The Most Expensive Hot Wheel

The most expensive Hot Wheels car ever sold was a pink Beach Bomb prototype in 2011 for $72,000.

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"The most expensive Hot Wheels car is the Pink Rear-Loading Beach Bomb, worth around $100,000 - $150,000"

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"Only one Pink Rear-Loading Beach Bomb is known to exist, making it incredibly rare"

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"The Beach Bomb prototype was designed in 1969"

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"In 2000, Hot Wheels released a limited-edition series of 25,000 Deora II models, each plated in 24-karat gold. Their starting price was $750"

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"A prototype of Hot Wheels Rodger Dodger was sold for $4,000 in 2019"

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"The 1971 Purple Olds 442, a model that came out during the “Spectraflame” era of Hot Wheels, was auctioned at $12,000"

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"In 2011, a collector paid $72,000 for a pre-production prototype of a 1969 pink rear-loading Volkswagen Beach Bomb"

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"Diamond Encrusted Blue Hot Wheels Car that celebrated company’s 40th anniversary was crafted from 18-karat white gold and adorned with 2,700 diamonds worth over $140,000"

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"A set of 16 Hot Wheels cars from 1968, known as the Original Sweet 16, was sold for around $6,000"

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"The most expensive Hot Wheels car ever sold at auction went for a staggering $125,000"

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"A 1970 “Mad Maverick” base Mighty Maverick sold at an auction for $5,000"

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"A 1968 White Enamel Camaro, one of the rarest Hot Wheels car, was sold for $2,500"

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"The original cost of a Hot Wheels car was just 59 cents in 1968"

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"Between 1968 and 1971, 16 casting designs were created, referred to as "The Sweet Sixteen," are highly valuable for collectors"

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"There are over four billion Hot Wheels cars, with over 800 models and 11,000 variations created since 1968"

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"Hot Wheels sells around 500 million cars each year"

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"The 1974 Blue Rodger Dodger with white interior might get you about $800 on eBay"

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"A 1968 Over Chrome Mustang, one of only two made, has an estimated value of around $40,000"

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"A 1977 'Gold' Hot Wheels Corvette with only about 20 made can be worth around $6,000"

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