Crew Car

The Hot Wheels Crew Car is an original design by Howard Rees and Larry Wood. It features a wraparound windshield and an opening rear hatch that reveals a tool case.

The die-cast car was a 1971 release and production was in Hong Kong.

It has white enamel paint, blue tinted windows, and capped redline wheels. The interior can be white or brown.

Included with the vehicle was a sticker sheet. There are blue stripes with stars for the top and stickers with the Hot Wheels logo and “Pit Crew” for the sides.

Also included with the vehicle was a plastic collector’s button. It has a Crew Car on a light green background.

The Crew Car is known for “crumbling”. Crumbling is when the body or base cracks and eventually breaks into pieces. This is caused by impure metals being used in the zamac alloy.

  • Manufactured:
  • Hong Kong
  • Stock No. 6183

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