Back in 1932, while Jack Benny was making his big radio debut and Franklin D. Roosevelt was taking office for the first time, Ford was busy making a splash in the automotive world with the first V8 and the Vicky. Fast-forward nearly 80 years and here is the HWC Series Ten Neo-Classics ‘32 Ford Vicky!
The original Hot Wheels Vicky was designed by Ira Gilford and released in the 1969 lineup. For 2011, we recreated the original with an entirely new tool! We gave it a total Neo-Classics makeover with Redline wheels, bent-axle suspension, Spectraflame red finish, polished-chrome-plated chassis and engine, white/black/orange pinstriping on the back and “VCKSTR” on the “California” license plates. Along with “zoomy” pipes and a blown exposed V8 engine, its features like these that’ll send this sedan racing down memory lane and into your collection!