General Motors has had an ongoing relationship with Mattel toys. Back when there were still new Pontiacs being made, in 2002, after first putting a Hot Wheels Grand Am on the show circuit GM even offered a full sized Hot Wheels car for sale. I don’t know if they’ll do a production run of Hot Wheels Camaros.The display, which included a short length of trademark orange Hot Wheels track, seemed popular with the crowd when I attended during the public days of the show, so you never know. GM sold every one of the Hot Wheels Grand Ams that it built, so maybe you will see a life size Hot Wheels Camaro on the road. For our eyeballs’ sake, if Chevy does decide to make and sell it I hope they don’t use the eye catching (and searing) chrome electric green that this show car was painted/wrapped in.
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