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The Fate of the Furious Die-Cast Car Reviews

The Fate of the Furious is the latest installment in this super hot, super exciting movie franchise. It's all about the action, the intrigue, the cool characters and—of course—the cars. With a new movie come new cars, and you can preview all the hot, die-cast collectibles here.

Toy cars are great for fans of the movies. After all, you probably won't be able to have your very own 1970 Dodge Charger, souped up Subaru or any of the other cars featured in the film. But you can have them as nicely detailed die-cast versions. To see more, click on any of the products below. You'll see a complete video review of the toy and find out all you need to know. When you make TTPM reviews your first stop when you're shopping, you can sell all the cars available and what you'll need (and want) to add to your collection.

TTPM shows you at a glance where the toys you want are in stock at top retailers and you'll find the best price with our exclusive TTPM Price Check.

Fast & Furious Dom's Ice Charger

Fast & Furious Dom's Ice Charger

from Jada Toys $25.99

Fast & Furious Dom's Plymouth GTX

Fast & Furious Dom's Plymouth GTX

from Jada Toys $25.99

Fast & Furious Letty's Rally Fighter

Fast & Furious Letty's Rally Fighter

from Jada Toys $25.99

Fast & Furious Dom's Chevy Fleetline

Fast & Furious Dom's Chevy Fleetline

from Jada Toys $25.99

More about Die-Cast Cars and the stars of The Fate of the Furious

Die-cast metal cars have been around since the early years of the 20th Century. In fact, almost as soon as real cars were seen on the roads, toymakers were making miniature versions for playing and collecting.

In the 1930s, these die-cast cars were more than toys, they were also hot, promotional items that were given away to promote car brands. How could kids not become fans? They got a free toy!

There have been lots of great toy car brands over the years—Corgi, Dinky Toys, Tootsie Toys and many more, and just like real cars, they were popular all over the world.

In 1952, Matchbox cars made history as cars that were small enough to fit in a matchbox and replicas of the cars that kids saw on the streets. The first 1-75 series have become valued collectibles, and they were noted for a level of detail that hadn't been seen before in toy cars. In 1956, the company introduced its Models of Yesteryear collection, bringing back some of the most popular and famous toys of all time.

In 1968 Hot Wheels added speed and performance to the die-cast toy cars, and kids everywhere couldn't get enough.

The late 60s and the 70s were a great time for cars, and kids who saw muscle cars, high performance cars and an incredible diversity of design on the roads relished having their own collections of these in a 1:46 scale.

Certain movies and TV shows made some cars stars, and that's where The Fast and The Furious comes in. Over the course of 8 movies, these classic cars have gone through all kinds of adventures and challenges. Audiences love the chases, crashes and unbelievable stunts. In fact, in The Fate of the Furious, they destroyed about 600 cars in total to make the film.

Kids and collectors love vicariously experiencing the thrill of those movies in these die-cast cars based on the movie. It's an awesome collection that, like the entire Hot Wheels line, will inspire the imagination and capture the spirit of the movie.

The movie plays an important role in fostering imaginative play for today's kids. The days of the muscle car are really gone, and the cars kids see on their cities' streets are usually a lot less dramatic, and our "car culture" isn't what it used to be. That's why everyone loves these cars, they are full of action and excitement, while reminding us that there are few things as powerful or fascinating as an awesome automobile!

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