Snake II

The Hot Wheels Snake II is inspired by the funny car driven Don “The Snake” Prudhomme. The die-cast car was a 1973 release that was designed by Larry Wood and produced in Hong Kong.

It can be found in white and yellow enamel, has a black roll-cage interior, and the rear-hinged body can be raised. The redline wheels are through-hole in the front and capped in the back.

Included with the vehicle was a sticker sheet with the Hot Wheels logo, “Don Prudhomme The Snake II”, and flames with “Plymouth” and “Coca Cola”. A sticker was pre-applied on the right side of the car.

The funny car is a reissue of the Snake II from 1971 with a few changes. The reissue can be white or yellow enamel instead of only white enamel. Stamped on the underside of the body is “Snake” and “6969”.

It lacks windows, painted taillights, and the bar that the body rests on when raised. Rounded protectors were added to the base next to the rear wheels.

  • Colors
  • White Enamel
  • Yellow Enamel
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