Stylin ‘: $ 120 Hot Wheels Gucci Cadillac Seville sold out
Gucci still has it.
Hot Wheels collaborated with Gucci on a 1:64 scale 1982 Cadillac Seville decorated in the style of the design house and it is already too late to get one.
The full set of 5,000 cars, which come with their own showcases, was sold for $ 120 each. The white sedans feature Gucci logos and stripes and a high pram that resembles one of his famous handbags.
The fantastic project has some basis in reality as a Cadillac dealer built 300 Seville designed by Gucci cars in 1978, based on the model from the previous edition.
More recently, the Italian brand has partnered with Fiat on the subcompact 500 by Gucci.
The Cadillac isn’t Hot Wheels’ only luxury offering this year, by far.
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He just revealed the 1955 Mercedes-Benz 300SL Gullwing IWC x Hot Wheels Racing Works priced at $ 10,000, along with an IWC watch to justify it.
Only 50 are offered, one of which is available through a Bonhams Charity Auction with proceeds going to the Two Bit Circus Foundation for STEM Education.
The car is numbered 68, which signifies the founding years of IWC and Hot Wheels in 1868 and 1968, respectively.
For those who follow, the total value of both models is $ 1.1 million