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Here you will find any information you are looking for when it comes to Mustang Hot Wheels. Any variation that is found is on this site and with pictures if possible. Looking for information about that certain Mustang variation? HW Stangs has you covered.This page is constantly updated as new variations are found and as new castings come out. If you have any ideas for the site, they can be sent to the site via e-mail at admin@hwstangs.com.

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'69 Mustang Boss 302

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The 2016 HW Stangs Club Mustangs
 
 
 
 

HW Stangs 2016, This site is not associated with Mattel Inc., it's a dedicated hobby site.
Every year Mattel holds two Hot Wheels Conventions in select cities in the Eastern part and the Western part of the country. The Western Convention is usually held somewhere in California. The Eastern Convention has been held in numerous locations. It's usually a 4-5 day event that collectors from around the US participate in. They hold several activities and give away what is call Code 3 cars. A Code 3 car is a casting that is not made by Mattel. What cars are made by Mattel are sold at the Conventions and usually consist of three to four different castings. They are all serially numbered and come in a protector. One is a charity car, which means all of the sales from this car are donated to charity. The charity is usually Make-A-Wish foundation or Children's Miracle Network hospitals. Another car is the dinner car, which means you have to attend a dinner to be able to get one. They also have a finale car for the last day of the Convention. The other car they sell is usually just a casting commemorating the Convention. Several Mustangs have been released as Convention cars and here are a list with pictures.


1998 Convention ZAMAC


'68 Mustang




2004 Irvine, CA Convention Custom Mustang.
Only 2,000 of these were made.



2005 Irvine, CA Convention '70 Mustang Mach 1
Only 3,500 of these were made.




2006 Orange County, CA Convention Custom Mustang.
Only 3,000 of these were made.
This Mustang was the Charity car and all sales from the Mustang went to the Make-A-Wish foundation.





2007 Dearborn, MI Convention '65 Shelby GT-350.
Only 3,000 of these were made.



2007 Dearborn, MI Convention Custom Mustang
Only 10,000 of these were made.
This was offered only online by the Redline Club.




Reston, VA Convention '65 Mustang Fastback.
Only 3,000 of these were made.
This Mustang was the Charity car and all sales from the Mustang went to the Children's Miracle Network.



2010 Los Angeles, CA Convention '69 Mustang
Only 2,000 of these were made.
This Mustang was the Charity car and all sales from the Mustang went to the Make-A-Wish foundation.


2013 Indianapolis, IN Convention Boss Hoss
Only 1,000 of these were made.


2013 Indianapolis, IN Convention '67 Shelby GT-500
Only 1,500 of these were made.
This Mustang was the Charity car and all sales from the Mustang went to the Children's Miracle Network.


2015 Lexington, KY Convention '69 Mustang Boss 302

Only 2,000 of these were made.



2015 Los Angeles, CA  Convention Make-A-Wish '10 Mustang GT
Only 550 of these were made and were produced by Chris Walker (Night Stalker Customs)


2016 L.A. Convention Finale Car '69 Mustang
Only 1,400 of these were made.



Red Line Club Party Mustangs

These Mustangs were released at the Red Line Club party, held at Conventions. You have to be a member of the online HWC Red Line Club to obtain one of these.

2016 Convention (Held in Indianapolis, IN)

Custom Mustang (with open hood scoops)


 That is all of the Convention Mustangs that have been made. Anymore that are made will be added to this list.

These next Mustangs are Code 3 cars that you could win at certain events held during the Convention.

2010 St. Louis, MO Convention Code 3 '70 Mustang Mach 1
Were given out at a dinner for Howard Rees.
Only a certain number of each color were made.


2011 Cincinnati, OH Convention Code 3 '65 Mustang Fastback.
These were made to support the Children's Miracle Network.







2012 Dearborn, MI Convention Code 3 '69 Mustang.
These were made to support the Children's Miracle Network.




2013 Oakbrook, IL Convention Code 3 '65 Mustang Fastback.
These were given out at a dinner for Chris Parker.
Only a certain number of each color were made.


These next 2 Mustangs are known as Newsletter Mustangs. There were given away at certain Conventions. There were more than one color of these made.

2009 Reston, VA Convention Newsletter Code 3 Custom Mustang.



2013 Indianapolis, IN Convention Newsletter Code 3 '65 Mustang Convertible.


2015 Los Angeles, CA Convention Newsletter Code 3 '70 Mustang Boss 302

Only 40 were made in pink