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Haulin' Gas
Debut Series Hershey's
Produced 2011-Present
Designer  ?
Number V5256
IMG 3194-b


Description

The Haulin' Gas is a Hot Wheels original model based on the 1933 Diamond T Doodlebug which was a streamlined, futuristic American tanker truck used by Texaco in the 1930s. The Doodlebugs were part of an overall project by Texaco to modernize their brand look. This project produced the Texaco star-T logo still used today.

Versions

The Haulin' Gas 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
2011 Hershey's Yellow "Milk Duds" graphics Unpainted / Metal Clear Brown RR5SP V5256 Thailand Base code(s): IMG 3194-b
2013 Pop Culture Pearl White & Pearl Yellow Felix the Cat on sides and rear Unpainted / Metal RR5SP's X8309 Thailand Base code(s): Haulin Gas-15287
2013 General Mills White w/ Blue roof Green Giant deco on sides & rear Unpainted / Metal Clear Green WLRR10SP's X8329 Thailand Base code(s): F41 HW-General Mills-Haulin' Gas-Green Giant
2013 Hanna-Barbera Pearl Light Blue The Flintstones deco on sides & rear Unpainted / Metal Clear Purple BeigeDISH's X8366 Thailand Base code(s): F41 HW-Hanna Barbera-Haulin' Gas-The Flintstones
2015 Pop Culture Star Wars Metalflake Gold w/ Black fenders and bumpers C-3PO image on the sides, black stripes on the sides. Detailed headlights, tail light and grill. Unpainted / Metal Clear Gold chrome Gold WL RR5SP CFP80 Thailand Base code(s): H22 HW-2015-Pop Culture-Mix F-Star Wars-Haulin' Gas
- 2017 Pop Culture - The Beatles Yellow & Light Blue Detailed headlights 'Magical Mystery Tour' on sides Unpainted / Metal Clear White RR5SP DWH35 Thailand Base code(s): Haulin' Gas The Beatles

Gallery

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