1995

Mattel introduced the Treasure Hunt Cars and the 1995 Model Series. Twelve Treasure Hunt Cars were issued monthly and were limited to 10,000 each. They caused quite a commotion with speculators buying all they could find and reselling them for $25 to $100 each. The 1995 Model Series consisted of 12 new castings and was also issued monthly. The Segment Series were also introduced: 12 different series of four cars each in the same theme. Three different series were scheduled every three months for a total of 48 cars. In 1995, five new wheels were introduced: three-spoke (sp3), five-spoke (sp5), seven-spoke (sp7), hot hubs (hh), and the progressive oval wheels (pow). The ovals were only used for one vehicle.

’58 Corvette Coupe – 70mm – 1995 – LIST
(’95) Camaro Convertible – 80mm – 1995 – LIST
Big Chill – 80mm – 1995 – LIST
Dodge Ram 1500 – 80mm – 1995 – LIST
Ferrari 355 – 65mm – 1995 – LIST
Hydroplane – 85mm – 1995 – LIST
Lumina Stocker – 75mm – 1995 – LIST
Power Pipes – 72mm – 1995 – LIST
Power Pistons – 77mm – 1995 – LIST
Power Rocket – 84mm – 1995 – LIST
Speed-A-Saurus – 70mm – 1995 – LIST