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  • Hot Wheels is a brand of die cast toy car, introduced by American toymaker Mattel in 1968. It was the primary competitor of Matchbox until 1996, when Mattel acquired rights to the Matchbox brand from Tyco.

  • Hot Wheels is a Hardy Boys novel.

  • Hot Wheels is a thirty minute Saturday morning animated television series broadcast on ABC from 1969 to 1971, under the primary sponsorship of Mattel Toys.





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  • A person who collects things of a specified type, professionally or as a hobby

  • An official who collects tickets from bus or train passengers

  • (collector) the electrode in a transistor through which a primary flow of carriers leaves the region between the electrodes

  • (collector) a person who collects things

  • An official who is responsible for collecting money owed to an organization

  • (collector) a crater that has collected cosmic material hitting the earth





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Hot Wheels Variations: The Ultimate Guide


Hot Wheels Variations: The Ultimate Guide



Hot Wheels variations, even with minute differences, can be double the value of a collectible die-cast car
It's all in the details when you're dealing with Hot Wheels, and nothing is more detail driven than variations. Whether it's a slightly different shade of paint, a different wheel, interior or window, owning a variation can mean the difference between a $10 collector die-cast car and a rare find worth $500. This new edition of the ultimate guide to Hot Wheels variations features 4,000+ car listings, plus 2,200 large color photos to help you make smart investments and savvy assessment of your Hot Wheels collection.










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Dan Gurney's '68 Mercury Cougar




Dan Gurney's '68 Mercury Cougar





Hot Wheels Collectors Information
This car is #2/30 of the 2010 Hot Wheels Vintage Racing collection.

About the 1968 Mercury Cougar
Not much changed for the Cougar in its second year. The addition of federally mandated side marker lights was the major change, but the biggest changes were under the hood and in performance for the XR-7 model. Three new engines were added to the option list this year: the 230 hp (172 kW) 302 in?, 4-barrel V8; the 335 hp (250 kW) 428 in?, 4-barrel V8; and the 390 hp (291 kW) 427 in?, 4-barrel V8. In addition, the 289 in3 engine was made standard on base cars without the interior decor group mid way through the model year. Mercury was serious about the Cougar being the performance icon for the company. The XR-7G, named for Mercury road racer Dan Gurney, came with all sorts of performance add-ons, including a hood scoop, Lucas fog lamps and hood pins. Engine selection was limited only to the 302, 390, and 428 V8. A grand total of 619 XR-7Gs were produced, and only 14 G's were produced with the 428 CJ. The mid-year 7.0 L GT-E package was available on both the standard and XR-7 Cougars and came with the 427 V8. The 428 Cobra Jet Ram Air was available in limited numbers on the GT-E beginning 1 April 1968. Conservatively rated at 335 hp (250 kW) , the 428 Cobra Jet could produce much more (306 kW (410 hp)) from the factory. A grand total of 602 GT-Es were produced, 358 with the 427 and 244 with the 428.

About Dan Gurney
The son of a Metropolitan Opera star, Dan Gurney was born in Port Jefferson, New York, but moved to California as a teenager. He has been a driver, a car manufacturer, and a team owner at racing's highest levels since 1958. Gurney also won races in the Indy Car, NASCAR, Can-Am, and Trans-Am Series. Gurney is the first driver to win races in Formula One (1962), NASCAR (1963), and Indy Car (1967).

Photo by Kevin Borland. Portions of Text derived from Wikipedia.











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Even though Ruben is almost 13, A TEENAGER, I can’t help but feel all warm and happy when I run across these little guys in Ruben’s room. Today I re-arranged his room, set up his desk, computer and his internet. I know, late bloomer right?

Ruben is a collector and of nothing special actually. Trash, papers, coins, wrappers, spears {a small piece of paper he folds like 30 times into a spear shaped thing that drives me crazy for literally YEARS now}, random lame things you can get in a quarter machine, and it use to be cars too. I’m always surprised to run into them at the age he is. He no longer plays with them but keeps them {not all of course, he’s had hundreds over time} and I just love that. Ruben’s favorite thing was always “car sets”, that’s what he would ask for when it came to ANY holiday, even Easter! Today, it’s a much different request. Game consuls, $60 games, iPods, new cell phones, and the electronic list goes on and on. Oh how I long for the days where a $1.00 Hot Wheel made his eyes light up!










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Resistance 2 Collector's Edition






In the highly anticipated sequel to the best-selling Sony PlayStation 3 game, Resistance 2 Collector's Edition is an alternate-history, first-person shooter that puts you in the heroic role of Sgt. Nathan Hale as he struggles against overwhelming odds to defend mankind from an insurmountable Chimera.


Players:
Offline: 1-8
Online: 2-60

game play Modes:
Single player offline, multiplayer offline cooperative, multiplayer online cooperative.




Collector's Edition includes an exclusive Chimera Hybrid action figure. View larger.


Resistance 2 puts you in the heroic role of Sgt. Nathan Hale. View larger.


This sequel introduces several new Chimeran enemies with a host of new powers. View larger.
Resistance 2 takes up right where the Resistance: Fall of Man left off. Hale is kidnapped by a black ops group in London and forced to Iceland for research testing. The full scope of what happens in Iceland is a mystery, but the game reveals that as Hale wrestles with the insidious Chimera war machine, he must also battle the virus raging inside his body that threatens to transform him into the very creature he fights against.
The Return of the Chimera
The Chimera are the main enemies of the Resistance franchise. For those new to the story, it is believed that the Chimera are of extraterrestrial origin. Yet, it is known that their army expands by infecting humans with a virus that transforms humans into Chimera while inside a cocoon. These creatures are much stronger than humans, and usually have multiple yellow eyes. They have remarkable healing abilities and thrive in very cold temperatures, which has led them to alter the Earth's climate to a much lower temperature that better suits their habitat requirements.
Resistance 2 introduces several new Chimeran enemies with a host of new powers. A few new characters include the Chameleon, a creature that can cloak itself completely and kill a player in one, destructive blow, and the Grim which are a terrifying species that attack in hordes.
The Battle Moves to the United States
After the brief opening scenes in London and then Iceland, game play jumps ahead two years and across the globe to San Francisco. Giant, mile-long motherships slowly cruise through the skies demolishing the city with fiery beams. Burned and mangled, it appears that there will be little to no survivors. As the battle continues across the United States you're sure to encounter many new, deranged, and much more powerful enemies.
In Chicago, you'll be joined by a squad of soldiers all carrying different weapons. To survive and move through the level, you'll need to work together moving from cover to cover, setting up your squad in a smart and defensive manner. These are just a few examples of the challenging levels you'll encounter as you battle your way across the country to save mankind. And if you're hoping for new weapons, Resistance 2 won't leave you disappointed. The US-based campaign is loaded with tons of new weapons to enhance the overall game play and first-person shooter experience.
Online game play Goes BIG
Powered by Insomniac Games' third-generation PlayStation 3 technology, Resistance 2 delivers several console gaming breakthroughs. Most impressive are the stand-alone, class-based, online co-operative campaign mode that can accommodate up to eight players, and the mind-blowing, 60-player, squad-based online competitive multiplayer battle fest. This unprecedented 60-player option could revolutionize online multiplayer game play, and is sure to provide countless hours of action-packed fun.
Collector's Edition is Loaded with Extras
Resistance 2 Collector's Edition is loaded with extras that are sure to impress even the most die-hard fans. This special collector's edition comes with an exclusive 5.5-inch Chimera Hybrid action figure that's packing a Bullseye weapon. The package also includes a double-sided Resistance art book that covers a war-torn America from two unique perspectives, and a bonus DVD that includes exclusive commentary, in-game HVAP Wraith multiplayer skin, a Behind the Scenes video, and lots more.



Resistance 2, set in the United States, is loaded with new weapons, enemies, and an unprecedented online gaming experience.










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  • steering wheel: a handwheel that is used for steering

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The Harold Lloyd Comedy Collection Vol. 3


The Harold Lloyd Comedy Collection Vol. 3



Having appeared in more than 200 films and widely considered to be one of cinema's most respected comic geniuses, Harold Lloyd was one of Hollywood's first true movie stars. Now, entertainment enthusiasts of all ages can enjoy the work of the man who inspired generations of acting greats with The Harold Lloyd Comedy Collection.
DVD Features:
Audio Commentary:Commentary by Suzanne Lloyd, Annette Lloyd and Rich Correll on Speedy and Haunted Spooks
Other:*All feature films and shorts are full frame versions. **All content will have Spanish subtitles. Only the pictures with sound will have English subtitles and closed captions
Photo gallery

The third volume in the Harold Lloyd Comedy Collection is close to the standard of excellence set by the first two installments of this essential series. Actually, Lloyd's 1928 Speedy, his last silent picture, would justify this two-disc set by itself. The film packs as many great gags per minute as any Lloyd film, and it also has one of his sweetest love stories (a courtship scene in the back of a moving van, with Harold rearranging the furniture to approximate a cozy living room). But the film is also notable for its extensive location shooting in New York City. There's a sequence involving Babe Ruth (as himself) in the back of Harold's speeding taxi, and the filmmakers also captured one of the Bambino's record-setting 60 home runs from the 1927 campaign. The sequences shot at Coney Island, with some wonderfully hair-raising (and understandably obsolete) rides is gorgeous and historically valuable. Meanwhile, check out the stunning horse-drawn streetcar accident caught on film, and then listen to the commentary for an explanation of how it happened and was incorporated into the storyline.
Hot Water (1924) also goes into the time capsule of great Lloyd features, even if it feels like a handful of shorter films shoehorned together. This one gets its charm from the basic domestic situation (Harold takes the family out for a spin in the new car, faces down his meddling mother-in-law). It turns to haunted-house jokes toward the end, which gives Lloyd a chance to do his electric-hair bit, a familiar gag from his films. Like Hot Water, For Heaven's Sake (1926) is an hour long; this funny one casts Lloyd as a rich twit who takes up with a girl whose father runs a homeless mission. It has a great love scene in a slum (the moon in the background turns out to be a neon sign) and another hair-raising chase. Just how did they get the shot of Lloyd on a speeding bus heading through an intersection with two trains crossing?
There's one talking picture, Movie Crazy (1932), a somewhat routine film from Lloyd's increasingly unsuccessful stint in talkies. He plays a young rube who arrives in Hollywood certain he'll be the next "new face." The silent shorts, of which there are many here, are better. Check out Haunted Spooks from 1920, which has its share of good jokes but which is also fascinating for its place in Lloyd's career. He suffered an off-set accident midway through shooting, costing him the thumb and forefinger of his right hand; after a hiatus, he completed shooting with a prosthetic glove (which he used in films thereafter). A heartfelt 15-minute documentary on Lloyd's palatial L.A. estate, Greenacres, uses copious home-movie footage to show the marvelous place and give a hint of Lloyd's homey, likable personality. --Robert Horton










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Speedy
The RN first operational hydrofoil was ordered in June 1978 following an evaluation a year earlier of the commercial jetfoil Flying Princess. Boeing had already completed a design study for the Japanese Maritime Self Defence force to adapt a jetfoil for a fishery protection role., an so the RN were able to acquire a hydrofoil at minimum cost (?6.2million).
Originally two (2) 7.62mm machine guns were to be carried , but Speedy commissioned in June 1980 without armament. Her radar (Type 1006) and computer aided navigation system were similar to the Island and Castle class patrol boats, with which she was intended to work.
She was also to have been used as a high speed target.
In 1982 it was announced that she was up for sale.
She was leased back to her builders for commercial service during 1984-1986 and in 1986 sold to a Hong Kong buyer.
Displacement:117 tons
Machinery: (Foilborne) twin waterjets;
2 Allison 501-K20A gas turbines, 6600 shp =43 knots (50 knots dash);
2 shafts, 2 GM 8U92T1 diesels, 800bhp = 14knots(hullborne)
Range: 560nm at 43 knots,/ 1500nm at 14 knots.
SOURCE: CONWAYS ALL THE WORLD WARSHIPS 1947-1995
Photo: 28 July 1980 :Distant shot at speed lifted up on hydofoils











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Speedy
The RN first operational hydrofoil was ordered in June 1978 following an evaluation a year earlier of the commercial jetfoil Flying Princess. Boeing had already completed a design study for the Japanese Maritime Self Defence force to adapt a jetfoil for a fishery protection role., an so the RN were able to acquire a hydrofoil at minimum cost (?6.2million).
Originally two (2) 7.62mm machine guns were to be carried , but Speedy commissioned in June 1980 without armament. Her radar (Type 1006) and computer aided navigation system were similar to the Island and Castle class patrol boats, with which she was intended to work.
She was also to have been used as a high speed target.
In 1982 it was announced that she was up for sale.
She was leased back to her builders for commercial service during 1984-1986 and in 1986 sold to a Hong Kong buyer.
Displacement:117 tons
Machinery: (Foilborne) twin waterjets;
2 Allison 501-K20A gas turbines, 6600 shp =43 knots (50 knots dash);
2 shafts, 2 GM 8U92T1 diesels, 800bhp = 14knots(hullborne)
Range: 560nm at 43 knots,/ 1500nm at 14 knots.
SOURCE: CONWAYS ALL THE WORLD WARSHIPS 1947-1995
Photo: 28 July 1980 Entering Portsmouth










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DC Universe Young Justice Speedy Figure






Mattel DC Universe Young Justice Speedy Figure
The DC Universe Young Justice Figure Assortment is based on Cartoon Network's hit new animated series, Young Justice. The show features a group of teenage superheroes who are members of a covert team and aspire to be members of the Justice League. This collection of highly detailed, 4.25-inch figures includes the most popular characters from the Warner Bros. series. Like the other DC Universe collector figures, the DC Universe Young Justice figures are sculpted and designed by the prestigious Four Horsemen Studios. Each figure includes a piece of the Collect-and-Connect Hall of Justice?, which will give fans a great new way to display their collections. Released in 3 waves of 4 figures, a total of 12 figures will be available for Fall 2011. You can collect them all. Each figure is sold separately.
Product Dimensions: 7.5 (L) x 2.5 (W) x 8.25 (H)
Age: 4 years and up










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