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Toy Car For A Grown Up: 2013 Camaro SS Hot Wheels Edition

By Kevin Barr Jun 25, 2019
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By Kevin Barr Jun 25, 2019
This special edition of the Camaro has just 824 miles on its odometer.

There’s a somewhat common sentiment in the automotive world stating that when people get older, their toys only get bigger. A good example of this is the 2013 Chevrolet Camaro SS Hot Wheels Edition, which adds stylistic influence from the renowned toy maker to a muscle car with a V8 engine and a manual transmission. 

Mutual Enterprises in Springfield, Massachusetts offers this limited-production Camaro for sale, noting that the vehicle’s single owner was a collector. 

What makes the Hot Wheels Edition special? First, there’s the striking Kinetic Blue exterior paint color, which definitely isn’t going to divert any attention away from this muscle car. Additionally, there are exclusive 21-inch alloy wheels and various bits of Hot Wheels badging.

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Inside the cabin, you’ll find a black leather interior with red stitching, and of course, there are Hot Wheels logos embroidered into the seats. Because Chevrolet based this example on the SS trim, it also features a heads up information display.

Incredibly, this Camaro only has 824 miles on the odometer.

The Hot Wheels Edition was available as either a 2LT V6 or a 2SS V8 model. Luckily for potential buyers, this example is the latter, with its 6.2-liter V8 engine pairing to a manual transmission to drive the rear wheels. Also, the vehicle features a dual mode exhaust, which was a factory option.

Mutual Enterprises is asking $34,995 for this special edition Camaro, which seems like a pretty stellar deal, considering the car cost over $37,000 new and the Hot Wheels option package was $6,995 itself. Would you add some miles to this full-size fun toy, or would you continue to treat it as a collectible? 


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