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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.

Also if you find a Mustang variation that is not listed on the site, you can e-mail pictures and a description of it to variations@hwstangs.com. Please send pictures of the cars rivets when sending about wheel variations.

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custom '67 Mustang

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2016 VIP '92 Mustang

2016 VIP '92 Mustang

2016 VIP '92 Mustang

2016 VIP '92 Mustang

'69 Mustang Boss 302

'69 Mustang Boss 302

'69 Mustang Boss 302

'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.
The Redline Club is an online exclusive club that Mattel has. To join the club you have to pay a yearly membership and with that membership you get a patch, membership card, and 1 of 4 colors of the membership car. The membership car is offered in chrome, blue, red, and purple. It depends on which one you get on how many before you have bought a membership. So many get the chrome car, so many get the blue car, and so forth. All the membership cars come with matching pins as well. Also when you buy any car from the Redline Club you get a certain amount of points to go toward the sELECTIONs car. This car is voted by the RLC members and members get to vote on each aspect of the car. All Redline Club cars are serially numbered and only a certain amount gets made of each car. With that said, here is an entire list, with pics, of the Mustangs the Redline Club has offered in the past.


2013 sELECTIONs '69 Mach 1. Serially numbered /4000.




Series 7 Real Riders '65 Mustang. Serially number /10,000.


Series 5 Neo-Classics Custom Mustang. Serially numbered /11,000.



2007 sELECTIONs '70 Mustang Mach 1. Serially numbered /6962.



2003 Ed Watts Race Team Series Custom Mustang. Serially numbered /2,500.




Series 12 Real Riders '92 Mustang. Serially numbered /3,500. This Mustang came with a new paint process Mattel started for the Redline Club cars.



Redline Club Series 1 Custom Mustang. Serially numbered /10,000.



Series 4 Real Riders Custom Mustang. Serially numbered /11,000.




2008 sELECTIONs '67 Mustang. Serially numbered /7,897.




2010 sELECTIONs Custom Mustang. Serially numbered /3,792.



2004 sELECTIONs '70 Mustang Mach 1. Serially numbered /10,385.


These next 3 Mustangs are part of a 3 car set. Each one has different color stripes on it and serially numbered.

Custom Mustang. Has black stripes. Serially numbered /7,000.


Custom Mustang. Has blue stripes. Serially numbered /6,000.




Custom Mustang. Has red stripes. Serially numbered /5,000.



These next 4 Mustangs are the 2008 membership cars.

Boss Hoss. Chrome in color. Serially numbered /4,000.


Boss Hoss. Red in color. Serially numbered /5,000.




Boss Hoss. Blue in color. Serially numbered /6,000.




Boss Hoss. Purple in color. Serially numbered /7,000.



The Redline Club has been releasing replicas from the original 16 redline Hot Wheels that released in 1968. This is the gold open hood scoop Custom Mustang they put out. Only 3,000 of these were made.




In 2012 the Redline Club released this beauty. It's a 1/24 scale Boss Hoss. Only 2,000 of them were made. 




In 2009 the Redline Club released this 10 Mustang set called Mustang Mania. Only 5,000 sets got produced. The Mustangs this set includes are:


'65 Mustang Fastback

'71 Mustang Funny Car
'67 Shelby GT-500 (Eleanor)
'67 Mustang
'69 Mustang
'70 Mustang Mach 1
'92 Mustang
'10 Mustang GT
'05 Mustang GT
'99 Mustang



That is all of the Redline Club Mustangs that have been put out. This page will be updated as more are released.

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