Brands similar to or like Hot Wheels

Brand of die-cast toy cars introduced by American toy maker Mattel in 1968. Wikipedia

  • Matchbox (brand)

    Popular toy brand which was introduced by Lesney Products in 1953, and is now owned by Mattel, Inc, which purchased the brand in 1997. Given its name because the original die-cast Matchbox toys were sold in boxes similar to those in which matches were sold. Wikipedia

  • Corgi Toys

    Name of a range of die-cast toy vehicles produced by Mettoy Playcraft Ltd. in the United Kingdom. Founded in 1933 by German émigré Philip Ullmann in Northampton, England, where he was later joined by South African-born German Arthur Katz, who had previously worked for Ullmann at his toy company Tipp and Co of Nuremberg. Wikipedia

  • Johnny Lightning

    Brand of model cars originally produced by Topper Toys, similar to the hugely successful Mattel Hot Wheels die cast cars. That they were extremely fast compared to other brands of die-cast cars. Wikipedia

  • Husky Toys

    Brand name for a line of business die-cast toy vehicles manufactured by Mettoy Playcraft Ltd. of Swansea, Wales, which also made the larger Corgi Toys. Re-branded Corgi Juniors in 1970, and a further range called Corgi Rockets was developed to race on track sets. Wikipedia

  • Muky

    Argentine brand of die-cast toy car models. Popular in Argentina between the 1970s and the 1980s. Wikipedia

  • This list includes all toys produced by the American toy company Mattel. Agent Zero: 1960s transforming cap gun spy gear (camera to pistol; radio to rifle) Wikipedia

  • Die-cast toy

    Toy or a collectible model produced by using the die casting method of putting molten lead or zinc alloy in a mold to produce a particular shape. Such toys are made of metal, with plastic, rubber, glass, or other machined metal parts. Wikipedia

  • Maisto

    Globally marketed toy brand that is part of the May Cheong Group. Now headquartered in California, its origins and main company today are in Hong Kong. Wikipedia

  • Mebetoys

    Italian toy manufacturer that produced die-cast model cars during the 1960s and 1970s. Purchased by Mattel in 1969. Wikipedia

  • Dinky Toys

    The brand name for a range of die-cast zamac zinc alloy miniature vehicles produced by Meccano Ltd. They were made in England from 1934 to 1979, at a factory in Binns Road in Liverpool. Wikipedia

  • Corgi Classics

    Famous die-cast model manufacturer which has its origins in the Corgi Toys brand introduced by Mettoy in 1956. Known for its British and North American vehicle models. Wikipedia

  • Ertl Company

    American toy company best known for its die-cast metal alloy collectible replicas of farm equipment and vehicles. Based in Dyersville, Iowa, home of the National Farm Toy Museum. Wikipedia

  • Schabak Modell

    Die-cast toy producer based in Nuremberg, Germany. Well known for its line of German cars and commercial airline models. Wikipedia

  • The Toy Industry Hall of Fame recognizes the contributions of toy-makers around the world. Maintained by the Toy Industry Foundation, an arm of the US Toy Industry Association. Wikipedia

  • Model Car Hall of Fame

    Annual awards ceremony for the die-cast toy, scale model and slot car industries. Annual award event held in Las Vegas with a number of different awards. Wikipedia

  • Aurora Plastics Corporation

    U.S. toy and hobby manufacturing company. Known primarily for its production of plastic model kits of airplanes, automobiles, and TV and movie figures in the 1960s. Wikipedia

  • Lesney Products

    British manufacturing company responsible for the conception, manufacture, and distribution of die-cast toys under the "Matchbox" name. The company existed from 1947 until 1982. Wikipedia

  • Budgie Toys

    English die-cast toy distributor, turned manufacturer, based in London. The company first specialised in horse-drawn carriages and coaches. Wikipedia

  • DC Universe (toyline)

    Toy brand manufactured by Mattel. It has five sub-lines – Classics, Fighting Figures, Giants of Justice, Infinite Heroes, and the reintegrated Justice League Unlimited line. Wikipedia

  • Mattel

    American multinational toy manufacturing company founded in 1945 with headquarters in El Segundo, California. The products and brands it produces include Fisher-Price, Barbie, Monster High, Ever After High, Polly Pocket, Enchantimals, Hot Wheels, Matchbox, Masters of the Universe, American Girl, and Thomas & Friends. Wikipedia

  • Tomica

    Line of die-cast toy vehicles produced since 1970 by Takara Tomy Co. of Japan (Rixon 2005, 99). Outgrowth of Tomica World, an autonomous toy line of motorized train accessories that Tomy had created based on Plarail and produced since 1959 . Wikipedia

  • Hot Wheels Battle Force 5

    3D CGI Science Fiction Sports animated television series created by Mattel, Nelvana Limited, and Nerd Corps Entertainment, based on the Hot Wheels toy line by the American toy maker, Mattel which was introduced in 1968. Shown on Cartoon Network India starting on April 30, 2010 and on Cartoon Network Philippines from July 3, 2010. Wikipedia

  • Brand of die-cast toy model airplanes sold in the 1970s, '80s and '90s by Zee Toys of California. Part of a series of Dyna die-cast products that included toy cars, construction vehicles, bikes and tanks. Wikipedia

  • Lone Star Toys

    The brand name used by the British company Die Cast Machine Tools Ltd for its toy products. Based in Welham Green, Hertfordshire, north of London. Wikipedia

  • Lledo

    Brand of die cast toys, founded in 1982 by Matchbox co-founder Jack Odell and Burt Russell . The factory produced diecast vehicles in Enfield, England from 1983 to 1999. Wikipedia

  • Bburago

    Diecast metal brand of toy model cars. Based in Burago di Molgora, Italy, where all products were made from 1976 to 2005. Wikipedia

  • Mego Corporation

    American toy company that in its original iteration was first founded in 1954. Originally known as a purveyor of dime store toys, in 1971 the company shifted direction and became famous for producing licensed dolls (including the long-running "World's Greatest Super Heroes" line), celebrity dolls, and the Micronauts toy line. Wikipedia

  • American toy manufacturer. Acquired by Mattel in 1997. Wikipedia

  • Japanese company that produced a series of die-cast metal monster toys sold under the brand name "Arklon." Founded as a sales and marketing subsidiary of famed Japanese toy manufacturer Bullmark. Wikipedia

  • Rocking-horse toy produced by Mattel toymakers and introduced in 1961. Featured prominently during children's television advertising . Wikipedia


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  • Hot Wheels has been making several versions of the Camaro since 1968, with the "Custom Camaro" being the first of the original lineup.Chevrolet Camaro-Wikipedia
  • Both of Station 51's vehicles have also been immortalized as Hot Wheels diecast vehicles Emergency Squad (1998) and Fire-Eater (1977) respectively.Emergency!-Wikipedia
  • The Mystery Machine has been used as the basis for many die-cast models and toys, such as from Hot Wheels.Scooby-Doo-Wikipedia
  • The 1997 champion Solar Eagle III was the first solar and only Hot Wheels reproduction of a student-built vehicle.California State University, Los Angeles-Wikipedia
  • Since 2013, Hot Wheels has released 1/64 models of every car from and since the sixth installment.Fast & Furious-Wikipedia
  • The popularity of the TV series has carried several decades after its debut; toy company Mattel has made the 1966 Batmobile in various scales for the Hot Wheels product line.Batman (TV series)-Wikipedia

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