The Tooligan was designed by Wayne Scott. It was his first vehicle design, as Wayne is mostly known as a Hot Wheels Graphics Designer. The Tooligan serves multiple purposes. First, it is, of course, a Hot Wheels car and it flies down the track, but it also is a multi-purpose tool. The spoiler is a 3/8 wrench and the chassis has a hole to fit a 1/4" hex, so you can put a flathead, phillips, or a bore bit right in! The front spoiler is a ruler with measurements in inches. The front spoiler to the windshield is made to resemble pliers. Its engines are giant Phillips screwdrivers.
Tooligan has been released 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|
|2||2010||New Models||Chrome||Silver and Black||Unpainted / Metal||Yellow Tint||Chrome||Yellow-Rim, Black OH5||R0917||Malaysia||Released in Europe under New Models|
Base Code(s): B33
|2||2010||New Models||Gold Chrome||Silver and Black||Unpainted / Metal||Red Tint||Chrome||Red-Rim, Black OH5||R0917||Malaysia||Base Code(s): C05|
|2||2010||New Models||Dark Chrome||Blue & White||Unpainted / Metal||Blue Tint||Chrome||Blue OH5||R0917||Malaysia||Base Code(s): C26|
|N/A||2014||Flame Fighters 5-Pack||Grey||Red, Orange & Yellow||Red||Orange tint||Grey||White-Rim, Red OH5||BFB34||Thailand||Base Code(s): G33|