Hot Wheels has released its new Purple Line Membership (RLC) vacation car, a 1952 Dodge Energy Wagon. The limited-production model is on the market now while supplies last, and the Dodge is the newest in a line of original vehicles provided only to Hot Wheels RLC members.
The 1:64 scale model features high articulation with its swivel body, allowing the front and rear halves to operate independently, which was a popular upgrade for the real Energy Wagon. The toy’s knobby tires, smoke-tinted windows, and front bumper winch enhance the Energy Wagon’s rugged design, a reputation that is still used with the Ram model today.
Hot Wheels has completed the classic truck in the British Spectraflame race with gold fenders, working boards and headlight housings. The 10-spoke Beadlock wheels and Actual Riders tailgate branding also sport the color, and there’s gold on the doors in “High Nation Tree Service” graphics. It has an entirely steel base with a matte black painted chassis.
The Dodge costs $30 if you’re already a member of Scorching Wheels’ Purple Line. The RLC is an annual digital subscription that provides access to members’ unique SELECTIONS version vehicles. Members can vote on the limited edition car, its color and wheels before having the chance to purchase it. Previous exclusives included the 1972 Datsun 240Z, 1964 Jaguar E-Kind, and 1986 Porsche 959.
Hot Wheels only offers the vehicles to club members, who also have access to exclusive charts, insider information and unique experiences that include behind-the-scenes appearances and interactions with Hot Wheels designers. The subscription costs $9.99 per year and you should purchase it with the 1952 Dodge model. The truck is available in an acrylic case and an ornamental outfield, ideal for displaying in your assortment.
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