The rad rides kept rolling in to the Dulles Walmart, but the team of judges could only give one car a ticket to SEMA 2018. And that winner was Aaron Buck’s modified 1936 Ford Pickup named “Cab Over Evolve.” Buck built the car with friends and the team reportedly cut the car body into seven pieces before completing the build. It’s a car that’s stood the test of time since 1936—but only time will tell if it 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.
The winning car: Aaron Buck and his modified 1936 Ford Pickup “Cab Over Evolve”
Over 2,500 people came to the Washington, DC-area Walmart for the Legends Tour stop.
More than 250 cars entered for a chance to immortalized as a Hot Wheels die-cast.
YouTube star Stephen Sharer was dressed to match his Lamborghini, known as the “Sharerghini.”
Entrants got to see their car as a Hot Wheel with the life-size blister pack photo op.