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The 15 Most Expensive Hot Wheels Cars (2021 Updated)

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Which are the most expensive hot wheels cars?

Hot wheels cars offers good value for cash in exchange for services in the automobile industry.

However, some of these cars are expensive and can worth a fortune.

Some of these rides are cool and may suit to your personal taste and lifestyle.

If you’re a lover of hot wheels cars, then we have compiled the list for the most expensive hot wheels cars.

Enjoy!

The 15 Most Expensive Hot Wheels Cars are:

15. 1972 Green Open Fire

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WORTH: $4,000

Kicking off the list for the most expensive hot wheels cars is 1972 Green Open Fire.

The automobile machine was produced in 1972 and features a dual set of wheels on its front .

Designed by Paul Tam, the car comes with a big engine and is rooted from a stretched AMC Gremlin.

14. 1970 Red Ferrari 312P (With White Interior)

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WORTH: $5,000

1970 Red Ferrari 312P which comes with White Interior is one of the most expensive hot wheels cars in the world.

The car was produced in 1970 both in US and Hong Kong.

The automobile creation is rare as only 20 units were manufactured.

The car’s price is believed to be boosted by its white interior and more so, the value is predicted to increase with time.

13. 1971 Spectraflame Purple Bye-Focal

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WORTH: $6,000

Up next on the list, 1971 Spectraflame Purple Bye-Focal is the 13th most expensive hot wheels car in the market.

It was designed by Larry Wood and roots from a ’70 Dodge Challenger.

The hot wheels car has the rarest colorway so far.

Thus, the paint used on the car outstandingly stands it out from others and if you’re looking forward to strike a deal, $6,000 is the rate!
 

12. 1970 Red Baron (With White Interior)

1970 Red Baron (With White Interior)
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WORTH: $7,500

Coming in among the first 12, 1970 Red Baron With White Interior is one of the most Valuable hot wheels cars in the world.

The cool drive was designed by Tom Daniel & Howard Rees.

It was produced in 1970 and features
a WWI German infantry helmet.

The car is rare and the cost of buying one will crash-land your account by $7,500.
 

11. 1969 Brown ’31 Woody

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WORTH: $8,000

Coming in next on the list, 1969 Brown ’31 Woody is one of the most expensive hot wheels cars.

The nice looking drive was designed by Ira Gilford in the United States.

The car is rare as only 40 units were manufactured.

The car made its debut during the 1969 Hot Wheels series.
 

10. 1974 Blue Rodger Dodger

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WORTH: $8,000

Starting off the top 10 spot on the list, 1974 Blue Rodger Dodger is one of the coolest hot wheels cars in the world.

The automobile machine roots from a ’73 Dodge Charger SE and made its debut during the the 1974 Flying Colors series.

It was designed by Rodger Dodger and Larry Wood and its blue colour version is very rare; costing about $8,000.

9. 1968 Python With “Cheetah” Base

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WORTH: $10,000

1968 Python With “Cheetah” Base is the 9th most expensive hot wheels car.

The car roots from on a 1963 car by Bill Cushenberry. 

Produced in United States and Hong Kong, the ride features ’60 Pontiac and a ’61 Corvair which was later remodelled to “Tiger Shark.”

The orange colour version are very rare and are equally expensive.
 

8. 1969 Ed Shaver Blue AMX

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WORTH: $10,000

Up next on the list for the most Valuable hot wheels cars in the world, 1969 Ed Shaver Blue AMX are one of the best hot wheels drive.

Designed by Ira Gilford, the car comes with a sticker (which is advisible to confirm when purchasing).

The automobile machine was released as a member of the 1969 Mainline series.

7. 1971 Purple Olds 442

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WORTH: $12,000

Coming in next on the list, 1971 Purple Olds 442 is one of the most expensive hot wheels cars in history.

Designed by Larry Wood, the car has a growing reputation among collectors due to its rarity.

The mechanical system is arguably the rarest casting of all Redline cars and was released as part and parcel of the Mainline range of vehicles.
 

6. 1969 Brown Custom Charger

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WORTH: $13,000

1969 Brown Custom Charger is the 6th most expensive hot wheels car.

It roots from 1969 Dodge Charger and was designed by Ira Gilford.

Released as part of the 1969 Hot Wheels range, the car comes with a variety of Spectraflame colorways.

The automobile machine was produced in the United States and its brown version is the most expensive.
 

5. 1970 Mad Maverick Base

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WORTH: $15,000

Starting off the top 5 spot on the list, 1970 Mad Maverick Base is one of the most Valuable hot wheels cars in the world.

The car made its debut in 1970 and was designed by Howard Rees.

It has one of the rarest underneath body and roots from 1969 Ford Maverick.

4. 1968 Over Chrome Camaro

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WORTH: $25,000

Coming in next on the list, 1968 Over Chrome Camaro is the 4th most expensive hot wheels car in history.

The car was initially released for the sole purpose of advertising campaigns and commercialising.

It has a rare paint job and it’s exclusive as only 20 were hand made.
 

3. 1968 Over Chrome Mustang

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WORTH: $40,000

Coming in next, 1968 Over Chrome Mustang is among the top 3 most expensive hot wheels cars.

The car was manufactured for the purpose of advertising.

The cool ride is very costly and reasons for it is that the car is one of only two Hot Wheels Over Chrome Mustangs.

For that reason, the car was sold at an estate sale for a mindblogging $40,000!
 

2. 2008 Diamond-Encrusted Custom Otto

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WORTH: $60,000

Missing the top spot, 2008 Diamond-Encrusted Custom Otto is the second most expensive hot wheels car ever produced.

Its actual price is estimated to be over an incredible $100,000!

The reason for this (high worth) is because of the Precious stones which the car is encrusted with.

The car is crowned with 18-karat white gold on its cast, red rubies for taillights, diamond case and 2,700 encrusted diamonds.

It was auctioned to an anonymous buyer for $60,000.
 

1. 1969 Pink VW Beach Bomb

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WORTH: $175,000

Topping the list, 1969 Pink VW Beach Bomb is the most expensive hot wheels car ever produced.

The car was an automobile prototype which was not release until it was remodelled and upgraded to a version with side-mounted surfboards and a full-length plastic sunroof. 

The machine is dubbed as the “Holy Grail” of Hot Wheel cars.

It is extremely rare as only two models were manufactured and if you’re lucky to find one, about $175,000 has to depart from your account!

Conclusion

That was all on the 15 most expensive hot Wheels Cars.

If you’re in possession of any of these cars; then you are part of history.

We hoped you enjoyed the list?

Before rounding off the list, let’s take a quick look at the summary:

S/NHot wheels carWorth
1.1969 Pink VW Beach Bomb$175,000
2.2008 Diamond-Encrusted Custom Otto$60,000
3.1968 Over Chrome Mustang$40,000
4.1968 Over Chrome Camaro$25,000
5.1970 Made Maverick Base$15,000
6.1969 Brown Custom Charger$13,000
7.1971 Purple Olds 442$12,000
8.1969 Ed Shaver Blue AMX$10,000
9.1969 Python With “Cheetah” Base$10,000
10.1974 Blue Rodger Dodger$8,000
11.1969 Brown ’31 Woody$8,000
12.1969 Red Baron (With White Interior)$7,500
13.1971 Purple Spectraflame Bye Focal$6,000
14.1970 Red Ferrari 312P (With White Interior)$5,000
15.1972 Green Open Fire$4,000

Princewill Ubaha is an electrical engineer by profession, a content writer by perspiration, and an Akwa Ibomite by birth. He always believed that the habit of persistence is the habit of victory.

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