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I tend to go for classic and modern muscle cars. Classic muscle and classic cars. Honestly I go for what I like. 

  • agreed... I know most are not race competitive, but I like what I like and run them... simple as that. — Stoopid_Fish_Racing
  • I am a big muscle car fan, I was around when hot wheels came out and I still associate them with muscle cars and hot rods, it helps that HW still does a great job at creating them — Phil_NWA1
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JBlotner42 3/25/24

I love the El Camino but they are too long and won't fit on my track.

I ALMOST was able to purchase one back in 2000 but I didn't have the $1200 I needed and couldn't get my parents to loan me the $$.

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SpyDude 3/26/24

Current favorite for me it the Lethal Diesel. Low, fast, and mean ..... looks like a bunch of hot rodders got their hands on a military HUMMV and went to town building it into a street beast>

Plus, I won the Meal Ticket Raceway wild card shooutout event back in July of last year with one. Ironically, it was the last race before the racetrack got destroyed by a freak accident.

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Scoupe 4/4/24

The Hyundai Tiburon; talk about a total underdog, both in real life and as a HW cast. Was too early to ride the wave of the JDM Import Revolution that was pioneered by Jun Imai and Ryu, largely forgotten by collectors and HW in general. I believe there were only 5 releases before this guy faded into obscurity and maybe even quiet retirement. It performs well above average on HW orange and Fat Track.

This one's still my favorite from when I was 5. I hope to some day find a race that it'll fit into so I can build one.

  • I've been thinking about doing a race for the 70's gas crisis cars; models like the Ford Mustang II and Pinto, Chevy Monza and Vega, etc. I owned a Mustang II coupe that I loved and have made some models of it. Looking for a good excuse to make a speedy little diecast of my car. If there's actually enough interest in running them, I'll start planning for it as I build my track. — Billys_Midway_Racing
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Kingjester 4/5/24

I know Fantasy cars can be very hit or miss but The cockney Cab stands as one of my favorite castings. When ever the opportunity arrives I will mod one for a race.

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Phil_NWA1 5/11/24

Punk Rod, a 2023 casting that caught my eye, has yet to race but one of those cars that looks fast just standing still. What I like about fantasy cars is that you are attracted to the vehicle in its own right, not because you are a JDM fan or Mustang, BMW etc.

  • There are some really cool looking fantasy cars, like this one. It almost looks like a real car. — Billys_Midway_Racing
  • I also really like this one! — Fat_Dad
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Fat_Dad 5/12/24

My favorite "fantasy" casting would have to be Syd Mead's Sentinel 400 Limo:

Syd Mead was a futurist concept artist who did design work for several films, including Blade Runner and Tron.

Anyway, I think it's pretty neat. 

  • Looks amazing, it's good to get hold of some of the older models — Phil_NWA1
  • I dont remember that one. Did they make many colors? — ManiacMotorsports
  • Honestly the casting only had a couple colorways. The first edition was the best and I'd vote the police car 2nd best looking. I'll add a photo above^ — Fat_Dad
  • Honestly the casting only had a couple colorways. The first edition was the best and I'd vote the police car 2nd best looking. I'll add a photo above^ — Fat_Dad
  • Awsome looking car! The original Blade Runner is one of my all time favorite movies. — RC_Attucks
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Vulfgang 5/17/24

Buick Wildcat concept. The windshield is metal, weigh 40 grams, 12.25 mm wheel diameter, lots of wheel clearance, run them backwards to get a little quicker start on drop down start gates. Auto makers did this constantly, build a great concept car and never mass produce it.

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