The Original Street Creeper first hit the streets in 2012 as a 1:64 scale diecast "mainline" Hot Wheels car, and it's that version that Toy State used as the basis for it's Extreme Action Model. As with most popular Hot Wheels, the 1:64 diecast has been reissued, most recently in a blue version that we have here at Rock Father HQ and have used to show you the difference in scale.
For the Extreme Action Street Creeper, the detailing is impressive for a vehicle that carries an MSRP of just $12.99 (though online retailers seem to be going quite a bit above that right now, as is often the case with new-to-market, potentially "collectible" vehicles). Lots of chrome, with spiderweb hubcaps, eight wiggly "legs," a skull on the engine block (with illuminated red eyes), rubber tires, and three buttons, each with their own set of functions. This is a Hot Rod that looks like something THE MUNSTERS would've been driving.
There's a saying in movies about "show, don't tell," and sometimes I find that to be accurate with reviews as well. In this case, how does the Street Creeper play? I'll let my girls show you in the highlight reel below...
Toy State's new collection of Hot Wheels Extreme Action vehicles should be rolling out to retailers right now, so keep an eye on the car aisles of your local Target, Walmart or Toys R Us Stores. Can't wait to get your hands on one? Order yours from (my affiliate) Amazon.
Further Disclosure: The Rock Father is participating in a sponsored brand ambassador program from Toy State. As a part of this program we have received paid compensation for placement of digital advertisements and specific postings related to Toy State. All opinions are that of James Zahn, with input from his children.