1983

There were ninety-six total models. Twenty new models and almost fifty with new colors and/or  designs were introduced. A new line with synthetic rubber tires with “Goodyear” on the sides first sold as Real Riders. Another new series was Extras: models which could be modified with various extra parts in the package. All groups were issued in their own special blisterpacks. Mattel also reissued Hot Ones and Workhorses.

’40s Ford 2-Door – 77mm – 1983
’67 Camaro – 70mm – 1983 – LIST
’80s Corvette – 71mm – 1983
’80s Firebird – 75mm – 1983
’82 Supra – 75mm – 1983
Airport Food Service – 70mm – 1983 – LIST
Beach Patrol – 73mm – 1983
BMW M1 – 78mm – 1983  – LIST
Cargo Lift – 80mm – 1983  – LIST
Classic Cobra  – 67mm – 1983 – LIST
Classic Packard – 78mm – 1983  – LIST
Double Deck Bus  – 80mm – 1983 – LIST
Fiat Ritmo  – 70mm – 1983 – LIST
Ford Escort – 72mm – 1983 – LIST
Ford Stake Bed Truck – 67mm – 1983 – LIST
Formula Fever – 75mm – 1983 – LIST
Jeep Scrambler – 78mm – 1983 – LIST
Long Shot – 84mm – 1983  – LIST
NASCAR Stocker – 78mm – 1983 – LIST
Peterbilt Dump Truck – 88mm – 1983 – LIST
Pontiac J-2000 – 76mm – 1983
Renault LeCar – 60mm – 1983
Rig Wrecker – 72mm – 1983
Thunder Roller – 82mm – 1983
Turbo Streak – 75mm – 1983