(NEW) 2019 HW Treasure Hunts

2019 Hot Wheels Treasure Hunt (photos)

The 2019 set is a collection of low production vehicles randomly hidden within other series. To identify one you must find the low production symbol somewhere on the car.

The packaging may also reveal that it is a Treasure Hunt. On the card, behind the car, there may be the low production symbol and a phrase stating that it is a collectible.

Bazoomka

FYG00 is 15/250 in the mainline set, 3/5 in the HW Ride-Ons, and a 2019 Treasure Hunt. The car is dark green and gray with a chrome propeller.

Eyes with a red & white toothy mouth decorate the front along with the low production symbol. “Bazoomka”, the Hot Wheels logo, and a white star & stripe detail the back. The car has black wheels with red rims and a black plastic Malaysia base.

This vehicle can be found in mix “A” of 2019 Hot Wheels mainline cases.

The Bazoomka made its debut in the 2018 HW Fun Parkseries. It is an original design of an airplane-themed vehicle with an open cockpit and a propeller.

Sting Rod

FYF92 is 40/250 in the mainline set, 5/5 in the Dino Ridersseries, and a 2019 Treasure Hunt. The blue car is detailed with goldenrod graphics, orange stripes on the hood, and bony stripes on the sides.

The low production symbol, “Dino Ranger”, and the Hot Wheels logo decorate the sides. The car has a goldenrod interior and weapons, brown tires with gold rims, and an orange base.

This vehicle can be found in mix “B” of 2019 Hot Wheels mainline cases.

The Sting Rod made its debut in the 1988 Action Commandseries and only appeared once more in the mainline set of 1996. It was later retooled and made its return in the 2010 Race World Battle series.

'69 Chevelle

FYG04 is 60/250 in the mainline set, 9/10 in the X-Raycersseries, and a 2019 Treasure Hunt. The translucent orange car is detailed with white “x-ray” graphics.

The low production symbol and the Hot Wheels logo also decorate the sides. The car has tinted windows, a chrome interior, PR5 wheels with gold rims, and an unpainted metal Malaysia base.

This vehicle can be found in mix “C” of 2019 Hot Wheels mainline cases.

The ’69 Chevelle is a based upon the actual vehicle but with a thicker and more cartoonish appearance. It made its debut in the 2005 First Editions – X-Raycers series.

Twin Mill

FYF95 is 93/250 in the mainline set, 3/5 in the HW Game Over series, and a 2019 Treasure Hunt. The gold car features blue and white stripes and graphics with a checkered pattern on the sides.

The low production symbol is on the roof and the Hot Wheels logo is on the back. The car has purple tinted windows, a chrome interior, Muscle Car 5-Spoke wheels with purple rims, and a dark gray plastic Malaysia base.

This vehicle can be found in mix “D” of 2019 Hot Wheels mainline cases.

The Twin Mill made its debut in 1969. It was previously a Super T-Hunt in 2014.

Honda Monkey Z50

FYF98 is 115/250 in the mainline set, 3/5 in the HW Motoseries, and a 2019 Treasure Hunt. The motorcycle has a black seat, black handlebars, a black metal Malaysia base, and Motorcycle 3-Spoke wheels with silver rims.

It is detailed with red, gray, and white paint stripes with “Honda” on the tank. The low production symbol is on the card behind the motorcycle.

This vehicle can be found in mix “E” of 2019 Hot Wheels mainline cases.

The Honda Monkey Z50 made its debut in the 2016 HW Motoseries. It is based upon the Z series of minibikes. The “monkey” moniker is due to the way a rider looks when on one of the bikes.

Humvee

FYF91 is 133/250 in the mainline set, 9/10 in the Baja Blazersseries, and a 2019 Treasure Hunt. The light blue car features hooked stripes that are white outlined in blue.

A variety of logos as well as the low production symboldecorate the sides. The Humvee has orange tinted windows, off-road wheels, and an unpainted metal Malaysia base.

This vehicle can be found in mix “F” of 2019 Hot Wheels mainline cases.

The Humvee made its debut in the 1992 mainline series. It is based upon the High Mobility Multipurpose Wheeled Vehicle (HMMWV) that is more commonly referred to as a Hummer or Humvee.

Corvette Stingray

FYG03 is 159/250 in the mainline set, 5/5 in the Super Chromes series, and a 2019 Treasure Hunt. The car is chrome detailed with white stars and red and blue stripes.

“Super Chromes”, the low production symbol, and the Hot Wheels logo decorate the sides. The Vette has red tinted windows, a red interior, chrome 5-spoke wheels, and a chrome plastic Malaysia base.

This vehicle can be found in mix “G” of 2019 Hot Wheels mainline cases.

The Corvette Stingray made its debut in the 1976 Flying Colors series. The third generation Corvette was manufactured from 1968 until 1982.

Head Starter

FYF93 is 163/250 in the mainline set, 10/10 in the Experimotors series, and a 2019 Treasure Hunt. The car is yellow with a red driver.

Blue and white stripe graphics and the Hot Wheels logo decorate the car. The low production symbol is on the nose. It has a chrome engine, blue 5-spoke wheels, and a black metal Malaysia base.

This vehicle can be found in mix “H” of 2019 Hot Wheels mainline cases.

Head Starter made its debut in the 2017 Tooned series. It is an original design based on a vintage Honda race car that sports extreme proportions and a 3-liter V8 engine.

HW Armored Truck

FYF99 is 182/250 in the mainline set, 5/10 in the HW Rescueseries, and a 2019 Treasure Hunt. The truck is blue with black and orange stripe graphics.

“SWAT” and “HW Police Department” are emblazoned in white as well as the Hot Wheels logo. The low production symbol is in a HW City SWAT emblem on the doors. The truck has orange tinted windows, 5-spoke wheels, and a black metal Malaysia base.

This vehicle can be found in mix “J” of 2019 Hot Wheels mainline cases.

The Armored Truck made its debut in the 1997 Police Force: Action Pack series. It is an original design of an armored vehicle that is used to protect and transport valuables.

Custom Ford Bronco

FYF96 is 186/250 in the mainline set, 7/10 in the HW Hot Trucks series, and a 2019 Treasure Hunt. The truck is black with yellow, orange, and red graphics.

“Arek”, the low production symbol, the Hot Wheels logo, and other logos detail the sides. The truck has gray roll bars, Off-Road Beadlock wheels with gold rims, and an orange plastic Malaysia base.

This vehicle can be found in mix “K” of 2019 Hot Wheels mainline cases.

The Custom Ford Bronco made its debut in the 2008 New Models series. It is based upon the first generation Bronco that was produced from 1966 to 1977.

Fast-Bed Hauler

FYF97 is 207/250 in the mainline set, 8/10 in the HW Metroseries, and a 2019 Treasure Hunt. The truck is yellow and chrome with a black flat bed.

Black stripes, red & black checkered designs, the black & gold low production symbol, the Hot Wheels logo, and “Jules Body Shop” detail the sides. The truck has chrome windows, gold rimmed wheels, and a black plastic Malaysia base.

This vehicle can be found in mix “L” of 2019 Hot Wheels mainline cases.

Fast-Bed Hauler made its debut in the 2014 HW Off-Road – Stunt Circuit series. It is 1930’s style single-ton flatbed tow truck with dual V8 engines.

Cyber Speeder

FYG01 is 220/250 in the mainline set, 3/5 in the HW Spaceseries, and a 2019 Treasure Hunt. The car is black with turquoise graphics, “3”, and the Hot Wheels logo. 

On the nose is the low production symbol. The car has blue tinted windows, white AeroDisc wheels with blue rims, and a white plastic Malaysia base.

This vehicle can be found in mix “M” of 2019 Hot Wheels mainline cases.

The Cyber Speeder made its debut in the 2018 HW Glow Wheels series. It is an original design that features electric motors in each wheel and a flip-up spoiler system.

More 2019 Hot Wheels Treasure Hunts...........to be listed next few days :)

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