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Julian's Hot Wheels Blog: 2008 Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution (2019 Walmart Exclusive Rally Series)
Look at the dirt fly! Well, just on the card art anyways. However, both the card art and the car itself is very cool. Check it out!
cars  hot_wheels  collecting  evo 
march 2019 by rgl7194
Julian's Hot Wheels Blog: 2018 Gran Turismo Set!
Talk about an awesome set! I think it may be even better than the last Gran Turismo cars from Hot Wheels (click here to see that post). Regardless, it's a nice set to have!
cars  hot_wheels  collecting  GT-R  renault  EVO  corvette  BMW_M  ford_gt  mclaren 
may 2018 by rgl7194
the Lamley Group: The ultra-completist: The amazing Hot Wheels Mitsu Evo collection of Eric Petor.
One of my favorite parts of doing the Lamley Blog is showcasing other's collections. We all collect the way we want to collect, and so call it a curiosity to see what ring's someone else's bell.
For Eric Petor of Pennsylvania, it is the Hot Wheels Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution. Eric has been after every variation of the Evo he can find. From wheel variations to card variations to everything in-between. He is the ultra-completist collector.
Eric was kind enough to share photos of his collection. And as I was uploading the pics to the blog, there were so many I completely lost track of the order of release. Let's just say Eric has a lot of Hot Wheels Evos. He has pursued them in all kinds of ways, from proper finds to trades to purchases. And he has done quite a good job.
cars  hot_wheels  collecting  evo 
april 2017 by rgl7194
Julian's Hot Wheels Blog: 2008 Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution (Novemeber 2016 Kmart K Day Exclusive!)
Usually these "Hot Wheels Race Team" cars are blue but here's an unusual red one, pretty cool!
cars  hot_wheels  evo 
january 2017 by rgl7194
Mitsubishi Is Selling the Last-Ever Lancer Evo on eBay – News – Car and Driver | Car and Driver Blog
Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution production has finally come to an end. Despite the car’s near decade-long run, we’re sad to see it go. Moreover, Mitsubishi has confirmed there won’t be a replacement, meaning the 1600th Final Edition car will be the last production Evolution ever. To celebrate the occasion, Mitsubishi Motors North America is auctioning that final car—a 2015 model with 11 miles on the odometer—on eBay Motors to benefit charity.
cars  evo  auction 
september 2016 by rgl7194
2015 Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution Final Edition Test – Review – Car and Driver
The Lancer Evolution Final Edition is a compact sedan that costs nearly $40,000 and has no navigation system or backup camera. The sole USB port is hidden in the glove compartment as an afterthought. Most of the plastic panels look as if they were blow-molded by an asthmatic, the switchgear actively discourages switching, and leaving a bowling ball loose in the trunk will complete the structure’s imitation of a spray-paint rattle can. There’s a lot to loathe about this, the last Evo that’s ever likely to be. And then there’s so much to love.
cars  evo  review 
march 2016 by rgl7194

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