Swingin’ Wing

The Hot Wheels Swingin’ Wing was a 1973 release that was produced in Hong Kong and designed by Ira Gilford. The futuristic car features a sleek shape and dual cockpits.

It can be found in five enamel colors, has blue tinted canopies, and a black interior. The redline wheels are through-hole in the front and capped in the back.

The die-cast vehicle was a promotional item available at Shell service stations. It is a reissue of the Swingin’ Wing from 1970 with some major changes.

The reissue has enamel instead of Spectraflame paint. Its large white wing and retractable engine were removed. Tailpipes were added to the base as well as rounded protectors next to the rear wheels.

  • Manufactured:
  • Hong Kong
  • Colors
  • Dark Blue Enamel
  • Light Blue Enamel
  • Pink Enamel
  • Red Enamel
  • Yellow Enamel
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