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Hot Wheels Track Builder System Race Crate

Hot Wheels Track Builder System Race Crate

Today’s final pick in The 2018 PopCult Gift Guide is suggested for the young, or young at heart who love Hot Wheels. The Hot Wheels Track Builder System Race Crate is a four-lane stunt set that can be configured three different ways to allow your giftee to race their Hot Wheels cars to their little heart’s content.

That includes adult collectors, too.

You can triple your racing fun and stunting thrills with this 3-in-1 pop-out raceway. This super-portable crate quickly transforms into 3 massive stunt tracks, so kids (or adults pretending to have kids) can launch into epic action at lightning speed. Will they nail the scary-steep drops, adrenaline-pumping jumps, and ultimate high-speed showdowns?

The Race Crate includes everything you need for 3 unique raceways and stunts. You can create challenges and obstacles with 8+ feet of track, 2 double slam launchers, a 4-lane loop and more. Parents can help younger racers transform stunts, and jumpstart family fun, or they can wait until the kids go to sleep and play with it themselves

The best part is that the crate with track on it folds up, and you can store everything inside when you’re not using it. It even had a handle for carrying. Parents will love this, and collectors ought to appreciate it, too.

The Hot Wheels Track Builder System Race Crate gives you a lot of bang for your buck. The set also includes two Hot Wheels cars, but the track can handle up to four, and with some many official configurations, you know that there ought to be lots of other ways to play with this set, or combine it with others.

This massive playset retails for fifty bucks and can be found almost anywhere that toys are sold, or you could snoop around the usual suspects online and find it at a considerable discount.

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1 Comment

  1. graylin topping

    Thanks i was really confused and my grandson loves hotwheels

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