Top Eliminator

The Hot Wheels Top Eliminator is a funny car that features a rear-hinged body that can be raised. It was a 1974 release that was designed by Larry Wood and produced in Hong Kong.

It is dark blue enamel decorated with green, orange, and yellow graphics and stripes. “Hot Wheels Flying Colors” and logos for AC, Phillips 66, and Firestone detail the sides. The roll-cage interior is black and the redline wheels can be all through-hole or through-hole in the front and capped in the back.

The die-cast vehicle is the fifth release of the Snake casting. It has a new name and is the first version of the car to have printed graphics.

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