1975

This year, 21 new models were introduced into the Hot Wheels “Flying Colors” line. New editions included military and emergency vehicles, van models, and the first two motorcycles issued in the regular line. Other highlights were: Mattel continued the practice of issuing some models in harder-to-find alternate colors. The Ramblin’ Wrecker actually had Larry Wood’s phone number on the sides (which was removed in later issues). The first promotional model for the Toys “R” Us toy store chain was introduced. Promotional models for the Herfy’s restaurant chain were also issued. Finally, this was the last year white blistercards were used.

American Victory – 75mm – 1975 – LIST
Backwoods Bomb – 80mm – 1975  – LIST
Chevy Monza 2+2 – 72mm – 1975 – LIST
Chief’s Special – 77mm – 1975 – LIST
Emergency Squad – 77mm – 1975
Gremlin Grinder – 59mm – 1975 – LIST
Gun Slinger – 63mm – 1975 – LIST
Large Charge – 75mm – 1975 – LIST
Mighty Maverick – 66mm – 1975 – LIST
Monte Carlo Stocker – 76mm – 1975 – LIST
Motocross 1 – 68mm – 1975 – LIST
Mustang Stocker – 72mm – 1975 – LIST
P-911 – 70mm – 1975 – LIST
Ramblin’ Wrecker – 70mm – 1975 – LIST
Sand Drifter – 62mm – 1975 – LIST
Street Eater – 66mm – 1975 – LIST
Super Van – 70mm – 1975 – LIST
Torino Stocker – 75mm – 1975 – LIST
Tough Customer – 78mm – 1975 – LIST
Vega Bomb – 80mm – 1975 – LIST
Warpath – 65mm – 1975 – LIST