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Ford J-Car
Debut Series 1968 Hot Wheels
Produced 1968 Only (Original Casting)

2010 Only (Retool)

Designer Harry Bradley
Number #6214
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Description

The Ford J-Car was a Hot Wheels casting designed by Harry Bradley, and was based on the the 1967 Ford GT40 Mark IV. The Ford J-Car debuted in the 1968 Basic Car line as part of the Original 16 castings.

The tool was only used in the 1968 mainline and wasn't used in any other years. Every version of the car had a die-cast body, die-cast chassis, redline wheels and a bent-axle suspension.


USA Versions

The Ford J-Car has come out in the following versions:

Colors are desending in rarity from common to rare.

Year Series Color sticker Base Color / Types Window Color Interior Color Wheel Type cast # Country Notes / Variations Photo
1968 1968 Hot Wheels Spectraflame Lime green Unpainted / Metal Clear Black RL Image Not Available
1968 1968 Hot Wheels Spectraflame Purple Unpainted / Metal RL Ford J-Car-1968 USA Purple
1968 1968 Hot Wheels Spectraflame Brown Unpainted / Metal RL Image Not Available
1968 1968 Hot Wheels Spectraflame Rose Unpainted / Metal RL Image Not Available
1968 1968 Hot Wheels Spectraflame Blue Unpainted / Metal RL Image Not Available
1968 1968 Hot Wheels Spectraflame Green Unpainted / Metal RL GreenJCar
1968 1968 Hot Wheels Enamel White Unpainted / Metal RL Image Not Available
1968 1968 Hot Wheels Spectraflame Light Blue Unpainted / Metal RL Image Not Available
1968 1968 Hot Wheels Spectraflame Aqua Unpainted / Metal RL Fordjcarblue
1968 1968 Hot Wheels Spectraflame Olive Unpainted / Metal RL Image Not Available
1968 1968 Hot Wheels Spectraflame Red Unpainted / Metal RL Image Not Available
1968 1968 Hot Wheels Spectraflame Gold Unpainted / Metal RL GoldJCar
1968 1968 Hot Wheels Spectraflame Orange Unpainted / Metal RL Image Not Available
1968 1968 Hot Wheels Enamel Blue Unpainted / Metal RL Image Not Available
1968 1968 Hot Wheels Spectraflame Hot Pink Unpainted / Metal RL Image Not Available
1968 1968 Hot Wheels Spectraflame Creamy Pink Unpainted / Metal RL Image Not Available
1968 1968 Hot Wheels Spectraflame Anyifreeze Unpainted / Metal RL Image Not Available

Hong Kong Versions

The Ford J-Car has come out in the following versions:

Colors are desending in rarity from common to rare.

Year Series Color sticker Base Color / Types Window Color Interior Color Wheel Type cast # Country Notes / Variations Photo
1968 1968 Hot Wheels Enamel White Metal RL HK Fordjcar
1968 1968 Hot Wheels Spectraflame Red Metal RL HK Image Not Available
1968 1968 Hot Wheels Enamel White Metal RL HK Hidden hinge Image Not Available
1968 1968 Hot Wheels Spectraflame Green Metal RL HK Was only released on the

Italian 'Brucia Pista' blister pack.

Image Not Available
1968 1968 Hot Wheels Spectraflame Light Blue Metal RL HK Image Not Available

Retooled Versions

The Ford J-Car has come out in the following re-tooled versions:

Col # Year Series Color Tampo Base Color / Types Window Color Interior Color Wheel Type Toy # Country Notes / Variations Photo
3/6 2010 HotWheelsCollectors.com Series 9 Spectraflame Powder Blue White gumball with Black "1" inside on the hood and on the sides. Black stripes on side. Chrome-Plated Metal Clear Black RL R8389 Thailand Neo-Classics FordJCar RLC Blue
N/A 2015 HWC Specraflame Dark Green Number “2” on hood and sides Unpainted / Metal Clear Silver Replica RL BLR25 Thailand Base Code(s) Came with collectors button Image Not Available

Similar Castings Or Names

In 1999, Phil Riehlman designed a new Ford GT-40 casting. It was #16 of the 1999 First Editions. Although Bradley's and Riehlman's cars are both based on GT-40s, they are from different model years.

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