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So when I was offered the chance to try out some Hot Wheels storage – I didn’t hesitate!

Hot Wheels 100 Car Case

$21.99
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  • The spacious Hot Wheels Car Storage Cube is the innovative way to play with and store an entire Hot Wheels collection - it can hold up to 300vehicles or a combination of vehicles and track.

    Now seemed like the perfect time to show all of you how I made the Hot Wheels car storage jar for the boys back in August. Since I wanted to do a tutorial, I made another one in navy.

  • Now seemed like the perfect time to show all of you how I made the Hot Wheels car storage jar for the boys back in August. Since I wanted to do a tutorial, I made another one in navy.

    Whew! Did you guys have a great Christmas? I had all the expected chaos and cuteness when you have littles, and my house has almost recovered. So I’m tackling a few projects to help it stay that way, and the first thing on my list was some Hot Wheels storage solutions that didn’t break the bank. I mean, Hot Wheels cars (and Matchbox cars, whichever you’re into) are awesome for kids because cars are classic toys, and they are a nice price point. But then buying a storage carrier suddenly doubles the price – or more! So, in true DIY form, I made my own, and personalized it for my son. This case holds at least 48 cars (up to 96, actually, because you can fit two into a divider) or a few larger sized cars, too. And, it cost me $8 and 10 minutes of my time. This will cover his Hot Wheels storage for quite a while!

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    Mattel launched the HotWheels brand in 1968 and the free wheeling 1:64 scale muscle cars became a household world by the early 1970s.

    By 1975, the brand was doing what it does best, creating great looking cars and complicated racing playsets, a formula they still use today.

    I recognize some old friends in there.

    Flying Colors was the big push for '75.

    The beauty of Hot Wheels are these detailed track environments they made for the cars, never had Thundershift 500 here (had to settle for boring orange race track) but I'm sure I circled it on more than one wish list.

    Cut Off Canyon looks like it'd be fun for kids, even today.

    A vintage Hot Wheels store display from 1976, want to see more? Check out our Vintage Toy Store Gallery

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  • Mattel launched the HotWheels brand in 1968 and the free wheeling 1:64 scale muscle cars became a household world by the early 1970s.

    By 1975, the brand was doing what it does best, creating great looking cars and complicated racing playsets, a formula they still use today.

    I recognize some old friends in there.

    Flying Colors was the big push for '75.

    The beauty of Hot Wheels are these detailed track environments they made for the cars, never had Thundershift 500 here (had to settle for boring orange race track) but I'm sure I circled it on more than one wish list.

    Cut Off Canyon looks like it'd be fun for kids, even today.

    A vintage Hot Wheels store display from 1976, want to see more? Check out our Vintage Toy Store Gallery

    More Heroes in Action

    I can’t take ALL the credit here, I followed the advice I saw in an Amazon review to try this case for Hot Wheels storage. But I am also going to show you how easy it is to make it personal, so you can give this as a gift to the car-loving kid in your life.

Hot Wheels Storage Case - Kmart

So that’s a quick way to make a special DIY Hot Wheels Storage container that doesn’t require building, mounting, or even assembling anything. Just die-cut some vinyl with your Sizzix machine to make it special, and don’t step on any more cars! ;)