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Winner of the First-Ever Hot Wheels Legends Virtual Tour Stop Crowned

Published on Sun, Jun 7, 2020

By: Glenn Oyoung

Ladies and gentlemen, introducing the 'Hulkcamino'.

The immensely popular Hot Legends Tour is on hold for now, but not before a winner was named at the last virtual stop. Rather than cancel the stop, Mattel charged ahead and gave builders around the country the chance to compete for a chance to have their showcars turned into a Hot Wheels die-cast.

A team of judges including Hot Wheels designers, Hoonigan staff, and racer Colette Davis selected Minnesotan Chris Walker’s custom 1958 Chevy El Camino aptly named the “Hulkcamino” as the winner.

Walker built this sick looking ride in just 60 days.  It’s powered by a small-block Chevrolet engine and features a 700R4 Monster Transmission, independent front suspension and coilovers. The Raked (with a capital R) stance and American Racing wheels clad in beefy Mickey Thompson just oozes Hot Wheels.

It’s not clear when the Legends Tour will pick up again, but until it does the Hulkcamino is definitely one of our top picks for the final showdown.

Visit the tour website for more information on the Hot Wheels Legend Tour.

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