The Legends Tour made its final stop in the city where it all started—Los Angeles—with an epic turnout of over 7,000 fans and 300 custom cars. Guest judges—including Fifteen52 Wheels founder Matt Crooke, RMD Garage owner Ralph Holguin, Car Masters’ Constance Nunes, Formula driver Dai Yoshihara, Porsche builder Rod Emory, and YouTube star Tanner Fox—gave the finalist nod to Steve and Karla Howard’s 1938 Graham Phantom Cabriolet. The Howards’ Art Deco- and ‘30s French design-inspired crimson beauty includes a custom chassis, air-ride suspension, and “suicide” doors. Now it’s off to SEMA 2018 to find out which of the Legends Tour finalists will be immortalized as a Hot Wheels die-cast.
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 Wheels Facebook and Instagram accounts, as well as with #HotWheelsLegends.
Over 7,000 fans came to the Pico Rivera Walmart for this Legends Tour stop.
More than 300 cars entered to be considered for a chance to be immortalized as a Hot Wheel.