Hot Wheels Blastin' Rig Mega Hauler Truck (CDJ19) for sale.
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If a hot rod were to become a big rig, this is it! It looks super awesome in black and red. The art on the on the container looks super sweet too, it really stands out! The Bone Shaker shown on the container actually comes with the truck too which is neat. Looking at the included open roof Bone Shaker that's flat red, it looks good too, especially along side the Road Roller. The Bone Shaker is.
This big rig can haul more than 50 Hot Wheels cars at once thanks to the layered lifts that expand and contract to accommodate more automobiles. It makes a great starter set, or it can be added to a growing collection. You can even connect it to Hot Wheels tracks so cars will have extra space to race around. Parents love that it gives kiddos a fun place to put their cars when it’s clean-up.
Hot Wheels Mega Hauler Truck for 50 Toy Cars Unique Hot Wheels Mega Hauler is packed with awesome features and makes a great gift for kids and collectors.Fire up storytelling and take the Mega Hauler on the road for awesome adventures with Hot Wheels cars.6 expandable levels can carry up to 50 1:64-scale toy cars.The ramp at the back of the rig folds down to connect to Hot Wheels City sets.
The Hot Wheels Mega Hauler is a big rig for big adventures with endless storytelling possibilities. This massive hauler can be loaded with up to 50 cars in its six expandable levels--and that's just the beginning! At the back of the hauler there is a ramp that comes down to connect to Hot Wheels City sets. The cab of the rig opens with space to park 2 more vehicles and the cool transparent.
The Fig Rig is a relatively new addition to Hot Wheels’ ever-expanding fleet of cars but has already garnered much attention for it’s “compatibility with the leading brand”, which is a phrase used to refer to LEGO by knock-offs or third-party accessories. Though in this case, I’m sure Mattel wanted cross-play with it’s Mega Bloks brands but screw Mega Bloks. Hell, even their.