Lola GT70

The Hot Wheels Lola GT70 is based upon the Lola T70 that participated in Can-Am and Grand Prix racing series in the 1960s. It is a British race car that was made by Lola Cars and was usually powered by an American-made V8 engine.

The die-cast vehicle was a 1969 release and was designed by Ira Gilford. It can be found in dark green enamel, many different Spectraflame colors, and a rare red enamel. A rear hatch opens to reveal a detailed engine. The interior is black and it may have bearing or capped redline wheels.

Production was in the U.S. and Hong Kong. A U.S. car has clear windows and a Hong Kong car has blue tinted windows and a base with suspension holes and “Hong Kong”.

The Lola GT70 was released as part of the Grand Prix series. Included with the car was a collector’s button with a blue GT70 on an orange background. There are notched and smooth tabbed Hong Kong buttons and a smooth tabbed “Printed in U.S.A.” button. Also included was a yellow sticker sheet that had “10” decals and racing stripes.

  • Manufactured:
  • Hong Kong
  • , US
  • Colors US
  • Green Enamel
  • Spectraflame Antifreeze
  • Spectraflame Aqua
  • Spectraflame Blue
  • Spectraflame Brown
  • Spectraflame Creamy Pink
  • Spectraflame Gold
  • Spectraflame Green
  • Spectraflame Hot Pink
  • Spectraflame Light Blue
  • Spectraflame Lime
  • Spectraflame Magenta
  • Spectraflame Olive
  • Spectraflame Orange
  • Spectraflame Purple
  • Spectraflame Red
  • Spectraflame Rose
  • Colors HK
  • Green Enamel
  • Red Enamel
  • Spectraflame Aqua
  • Spectraflame Blue
  • Spectraflame Copper
  • Spectraflame Green
  • Spectraflame Orange
  • Spectraflame Red
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