Baja Bruiser

The Hot Wheels Baja Bruiser is an off-road vehicle that features a protruding engine, roll-cage roof, tools in the bed, and “Mattel” on the tailgate. It was a 1975 release that was designed by Larry Wood and produced in Hong Kong.

The die-cast truck can be found in light green and orange enamel. It has a black interior, a chrome plastic base, and through-hole redline wheels. Decorating the sides are red, white, and blue graphics with “5”, “Baja”, and logos for Firestone, Cragar, and Ford.

The vehicle is a reissue of the Baja Bruiser from 1974 with a couple of changes. It has a plastic instead of a metal base and is available in light green instead of yellow.

  • Manufactured:
  • Hong Kong
  • Stock No. 8258
  • Colors
  • Light Green Enamel
  • Orange Enamel

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