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Mattel Disney Pixar CARS: Hydro Deluxe Mack & Red Arrive

The Hydro line goes Deluxe.

Hydro mack

These are the only two listed – thanks for the nice photos, “John H.”

Hydro Red

“Mariela M.” sends us this pic of them on the shelves at the Mattel Store (meaning regular retailers didn’t order enough …) … and from this photo, it doesn’t look like there will be a shortage soon.


Thanks John H. & Mariela M. for the nice photos.


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  • jcamdenlane says:

    We like the 3 Hydrowheels that we have. No desire at all to collect them, but they’re fun toys. They’re not poorly made. Ours get played with every night and have been for probably a year now. My dudes aren’t exactly gentle with them either. They’ve held up fine. I’m not going out of my way to buy more, but I’d have no problem at all adding either of these 2 to the ones that we have.

    • MoMcQueen says:

      That’s encouraging to hear! I’m glad you posted that. Perhaps I have judged the product line too harshly simply because it takes up so much space on the shelf. It’s good to know from someone who has bought them that the toys are not trashy.

  • carcollector6 says:

    I’ve seen Nigel and Mater now too.

  • Tom says:

    They keep shoveling this plastic rubbish on us, how about new (or at least re-released or re-painted) diecasts?!?

    • Mack_me_Bucko says:

      Let’s keep in mind that Mattel makes toys, first and foremost. Yes, some of their toy lines are collected, but the primary goal is to pump toys out the door to kids, who then break them, and then buy more. So plastic is the perfect choice.

      • MoMcQueen says:

        Huh? I don’t buy plastic toys for my kids. Diecast cars, wooden trains, or building blocks. My toy purchases are made with a long-term investment in mind. Plastics are potentially carcinogenic and decompose at the best of times PLUS if it was something that broke because it was made of plastic, I certainly wouldn’t reward the manufacturer of a crummy product by buying another. I have to disagree with you there. No one wants to waste money on junk. Not collectors. Not parents. Not kids. Mattel had a good thing going with the diecast line DESPITE the rest of this mess.

  • Dunroamin says:

    i find these offensive to look at

    • MoMcQueen says:

      Me too. Plus, I have an underlying issue with “bath” toys that get clumped with soap scum and turn into a moldy mess no matter how much time and effort you expend in an attempt to dry them after each use. Two hands and a red solo cup are my idea of tub toys.

  • jrfan says:

    Is anyone buying these??//

    • cac1959 says:

      I bought one of each at the local Meijer for one of my UK friends who’s son likes these… those are the only 2 of the case of 6 that have sold… I left an error Red with a Mack name tag – the cardback was badly creased.

      Where are the new diecast Cars?

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