The sun was blazing down on the 4,000 people who came out to Walmart in Huntersville, North Carolina on July 28, but perhaps it shone most brightly on Delton Hubbard and his 1994 Chevy Geo Tracker nicknamed “Never Enough.” Judges—including NASCAR hall of famers Ray Evernham and Don Miller—deemed his orange masterpiece the overall star thanks to its bright exterior and sleek overall appearance. The kicker? Hubbard paid just $300 when he bought it!
One finalist from each of the 15 cities will join Hot Wheels at SEMA 2018 in Las Vegas, where one lucky winner’s car will be immortalized as a Hot Wheels Legend and turned into a die-cast car that will be sold around the world. For more information, visit hotwheels.com/legendstour and follow the tour on the Hot WheelsFacebook andInstagram accounts, as well as with #HotWheelsLegends.
An epic crowd of 4,000 people braved the heat to check out the cool cars in Charlotte!
More than 300 cars were submitted to the competition, including this slick 1962 Chevy Belair.
Fans got to see several of the amazing life-size cars from the Hot Wheels fleet. Can you name ‘em all?