The Hot Wheels Prowler was inspired by the Li’l Coffin show car created by Dave Stuckey. The die-cast vehicle was a 1974 release that was designed by Larry Wood and produced in Hong Kong.

It is available in orange or light green enamel. Red and yellow stripes and flames decorate the car and a fiery devilish graphic is on the roof.

Features include blue tinted windows, a white or brown interior, and “Prowler” is on the base. The redline wheels are usually all through-hole, but some cars can be found with through-hole in the front and capped in the back.

The vehicle is a reissue of the Prowler from 1973 with a couple of changes. It is detailed with printed graphics and is only available in two colors.

  • Manufactured:
  • Hong Kong
  • Stock No. 6965
  • Colors
  • Light Green Enamel
  • Orange Enamel

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