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Hot Wheels MODERN CLASSICS (1-15)

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Hot Wheels is celebrating their 40th Anniversary in 2008 and has introduced a new series called "Modern Classics". I've seen these cars only at Wal-Mart so far. Here's the list of cars, as featured on the blister pack:

Honda Civic Si

Datsun 240Z

'70 Nova

'70 Ford Torino

'92 Ford Mustang

'77 Pontiac Firebird

'83 Silverado

Buick Grand National

Custom '07 Ford Mustang

'80 El Camino

1970 Plymouth Road Runner

'67 Shelby GT-500

'68 Olds 442

Dodge Challenger Concept

Camaro Concept

I've only seen the Civic, Datsun and Camaro Concept so far, but it seems a few more from the series have shown up on eBay. I'll try to get some pictures and post them in here. I personally can't wait to find the '83 Silverado and the '80 El Camino :thumbsup:

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Do they differ from the Camaro Concept and CHallenger Concept that have been out already?

Since we're talking modern classics, where's the Vette and the Viper?

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No Aurora? :o

I'd like to have seen that on the list, especially since HW's has the '94-'99 generation already.

Do they differ from the Camaro Concept and CHallenger Concept that have been out already?

Since we're talking modern classics, where's the Vette and the Viper?

I've only got the Camaro, and the tooling isn;t any different from the regualr line model. These HW's, including the HW's CLASSIC's line, are all about metal chasis, special metallic paints, and I'm assuming speed wheels and/or rubber tires.

The Vette and Viper have been featured numerous times in the regular "CLASSICS" series (I looked at the Viper in the next peg where I found the Camaro). This new series is including cars that have not already been featured in the CLASSICS series.

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