Brabham Repco F1

The Hot Wheels Brabham Repco F1 is based upon a Formula One racing car made by Motor Racing Developments. The Repco Brabham BT24 race car had a fiberglass body on a tubular steel frame and a Repco 740 V-8 engine.

The die-cast vehicle was a 1969 release and was designed by Ira Gilford. Production was in Hong Kong.

The car can be found in dark green enamel as well as a variety of Spectraflame colors. Some cars will have a Hot Wheels logo on the right side. The interior is usually black, but white is available.

It has a blue tinted windshield and a chrome plastic engine with long tailpipes. The redline wheels can be bearing or capped.

The Brabham Repco F1 was released as part of the Grand Prix series. Included with the car was a collector’s button with a blue background and a smooth tab. Also included was a water slide decal sheet with “1”, “J Brabham”, and other graphics.

There is a very rare chrome version of the Brabham Repco F1. It was given out by Mattel at a banquet during the 1969 New York Toy Fair.

Some prototypes had plastic snap-on fuel tanks. The fuel tanks are quite rare, but reproductions are available.

  • Manufactured:
  • Hong Kong
  • Stock No. 6264
  • Colors
  • Green Enamel
  • Spectraflame Aqua
  • Spectraflame Blue
  • Spectraflame Brown
  • Spectraflame Copper
  • Spectraflame Green
  • Spectraflame Olive
  • Spectraflame Orange
  • Spectraflame Purple
  • Spectraflame Red
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