Redline Hot Wheels Spotlight
The Bugeye was issued in 1971 and was available for a couple of years.
The Bugeye features a long slender type body with each fender divided by a notch at the front of the car, resembling a mouth. The contour of the fenders which comes to a rounded point resembles antennae, but what especially characterizes this model are the two rounded curved domes, divided by a center body support which stands out (bugs out) like a pair of bug eyes. The Bugeye also features a rear opening engine cover that reveals a detail engine. This model was also issued with an unpainted metal base and came fully equipped with medium wheels in front and large in back.
Do you have any of these Redlines Hot Wheels from the 1960’s-1970’s? If so please shoot me a message!