The name H0 is derived from the fact that its 1:87 scale is approximately half that of 0 (zero) scale, hence H0. The term H0 is pronounced ("aitch-oh"), not "ho" nor "aitch-zero".
Started 2008, Hot Wheels added H0 Series on top of their 3" mainline models. The assortment features some of most collectible Hot Wheels vehicles recreated in a smaller, yet highly detailed 1:87 scale.
The wheels are all two-piece and the styling is precise. Plus they come in an acrylic collector box for easy display.
Unfortunately, this series is not available here in Malaysia, but some got it from Aussie land for AUD7.99.
Speculated information this will unveil on August in the promo pack this year. No solid confirmation so far for me to get my H0 DD and VW Panel Bus. Hmm, 5 months to go.
'40 Ford Drag Truck [P1729]
'41 Willys [P3522]
'55 Chevy® Panel [P1724]
'62 Chevy® [P1743] (New tool!)
1966 Batmobile™ [P1741] (New tool!)
'67 Pontiac® GTO® [P1745] (New tool!)
'69 Mustang [P1737]
'70 Dodge HEMI® Challenger [P1735]
'70 Plymouth Superbird [P1736]
Custom '64 Ford Galaxie [P1738]
Custom '67 Mustang [P1719]
Dairy Delivery® [P1740]
Ferrari F430 Challenge [P1723]
Ford GTX1 [P1718]
Ford Shelby GR-1 Concept [P1717]
Honda Civic Si [P1726]
Midnight Otto™ [P1746] (New tool!)
Purple Passion® [P3521]
Shelby Cobra "Daytona" Coupe® [P1730]
Volkswagen Panel Bus [P1739]
PS: Above H0 models sponsored by Mattel SEA for HWCM members giveaway. Details to be announced in HWCM site later.
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