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Custom '71 El Camino
Debut Series 2012 New Models
Produced 2012-present
Designer  ?
Number V5337
Custom '71 El Camino-BLACK


Description

Team Hot Wheels took one of the most iconic cars, the El Camino, to the Hot Wheels Test Facility to see what they could do to improve on the design. Going for the most radical design for an El Camino ever, they went around the car and gave it a new front end, and a new hood. Not stopping there, they went the the back end and added two jets. The air intakes start on the roof of the car to suck in enough air to launch this beast at over 400mph.

Versions

The Custom '71 El Camino has come out in the following 1/64 scale versions:

Col # Year Series Color Tampo Base Color / Type Window Color Interior Color Wheel Type Toy # Country Notes / Variations Photo
- 2012 San Diego Comic Con Black One red headlight, hood clips, and HWTF license plate Chrome / Plastic Tinted (Black) Grey Chrome Red & Black OH5SP ? Malaysia Base code(s): Custom '71 El Camino SDCC
49
/
247
2012 New Models
49/50
Black One red headlight, hood clips, and HWTF license plate Chrome / Plastic Tinted (Black) Grey Chrome Red & Black MC5 V5337 Malaysia New Model
Base code(s): E27, E29, E32
Custom '71 El Camino-BLACK
- 2013 Team Hot Wheels High Speed Wheel Black Red Headlight, HWTF license plate, detailed engine Chrome / Plastic Clear Satin Silver Black HSW ? Thailand Same as 2012 New model except wheels
Base code(s): F08
TeamHWCamino
116
/
250
2014 Hw Off-Road Hot Wheels Test Facility
1/5
Metalflake Dark Blue Blue flames & stripes on sides, HW logo on sides Chrome / Plastic Tinted (Light Blue) Grey Chrome Orange & Black MC5 BFD05 Malaysia Treasure Hunt
Base code(s): G13
2014 BFD05 Custom 71 El Camino

2013 card

From the back of the 2013 card:

Born: 1971
Birthplace: Detroit, Michigan USA
Designer: General Motors with help from the Hot Wheels Test Facility™
Specialty: The head of Team Hot Wheels™ turned this classic into something completely unstoppable, with twin-jet engines in the bed, suspension built specially for take-offs and landings and custom wheels that can withstand more than 400 mph.

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