It depends on which hot wheels car that you have.
A Hot Wheels car is a miniature scale version of a real car. They are made on a 1:64 scale of the original car.
Hot Wheels did not exist in 1957. Mattel introduced the first Hot Wheels cars in 1968.
The very first hot wheels car produced is a dark blue Custom Camaro in 1968
A hot wheels car that uses gasoline would have mechanical energy, if it uses battery then chemical, and if it is just a little toy car then there is no energy in your car.
It's been said that the Custom Camaro was the first Hot Wheels to be produced.
if the hot wheel is metal
tonka The ONLY company that has ever made ANY Hot Wheels car is Mattel....
It would have to be a very famous car.
1990 saw the sale of the 1 Billionth Hot Wheels car. As of 2012 there have been over 4 Billion Hot Wheels cars sold. There are 2 Hot Wheels cars sold every second of every day....
Hot Wheels are in the 1/64 scale category but individual castings vary in scale. Thus a compact car may be the same size as a semi truck.
Generally, on an average 60-foot track downhill, you can get a Hot Wheels car (if it is heavy enough) to about 15 or 16 mph. The cars can go up to about 67 mph before the wheels disintegrate (as proven by Mythbusters).
Hot Wheels have always been made by Mattel....
the hot wheels colure shifters work when you put that car on ice water it changes the colure if you want to change it again just put it in the hot water
It all depends on the car, color, interior, wheels, window, condition, in the box, out of the box....