Mattel has been doing some really fun things with Hot Wheels lately, one of which are multiple series’ of vehicles with themes rooted in pop culture history. Many of these are retailer exclusives that are offered as sort of a “one-and-done” thing – a big shipment arrives in one shot, and when they’re gone, they’re gone. For families and casual collectors, sometimes completing a full set is a challenge, as there tends to be one or two hard-to-find cars in the set. Recently, Hot Wheels issued a six-car, Tom & Jerry 75th Anniversary Series that was created to commemorate the MGM Cartoons that won Academy Awards from 1940-1957. I’ve recently acquired a set, and I’m giving all of you a chance to win it, right here on THE ROCK FATHER Magazine!
Included in this set are:
- Cockney Cab II
- Power Pipes
- The Gov’Ner
- HW Pursuit
- Avant Garde
- Ryura LX
Enter to Win this full set of TOM & JERRY HOT WHEELS:
Use the Rafflecopter Widget below (it will guide you), starting with the first (mandatory) entry method – Leave a Disqus comment on this post that shares your answer to the following:
QUESTION: What is your favorite classic cartoon series?
After that, you can complete social actions for additional, completely optional entries. Please Note: By entering giveaways on The Rock Father, you agree to comply with my fairness policy.
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The Fine Print:
Promotion open to residents of the U.S. only, ages 18+, void where prohibited. Winner will be chosen on, about, or after August 29, 2015, and will be notified via email to confirm. If no response within 24 hours, an alternate winner will be chosen. Prizing provided and shipped by THE ROCK FATHER Magazine. This promotion is not sponsored or endorsed by Mattel or Hot Wheels – totally The Rock Father being a nice guy.
1980s-style Disclaimer: Many will enter, few will win! Please allow 8-12 weeks for delivery of prizing (seriously, probably not that long), The Rock Father is not responsible for any lost or misdirected packages. In the rare occasion that a prize does not arrive (which, sadly, has happened), you have no remedy other than moving on.