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|Porsche 914-6; Matchbox vs Hot Wheels|
|Tweet Topic Started: Oct 6 2017, 05:19 PM (82 Views)|
|BossCar||Oct 6 2017, 05:19 PM Post #1|
I got the Best of Matchbox 914-6 in the mail today. I found the Car Culture 914-6 at Walgreens the other day. I figured I would attempt a comparison post on the two.
Right off the bat, I can tell you that the Car Culture 914-6 is slightly smaller that the Matchbox 914. The Matchbox 914-6 has 1:60 on its base. I think that the decos and wheels look great on both.
The Matchbox has a bit more detail to it than the Hot Wheels. That does give it a slight edge.
It's more evident on the back, as the Hot Wheels has no real decos while the Matchbox does.
The Matchbox is likely much more stock 914-6 with some racing decos. On the other hand, the Hot Wheels 914-6 might be more of a customized track based car, especially given the fact it was released in Race Day. Furthermore, it is also possible that the Hot Wheels 914-6 mighe be based off of the 914-6 GT.
So overall, while I would say that the Matchbox 914-6 has a slight edge, it's mainly because of the extra decos, especially on the rear. Both of these two are cool little cars to have in your collection.
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