Hot Wheels is still one of the most popular toys today, but back in the 1990s, things were even crazier. Patriot PCs actually created a line of Hot Wheels personal computers back in the late 1990s that ran Windows 98 / 2000, complete with matching peripherals, monitors, keyboards, as well as steering wheel controllers included. These computers typically featured a 500MHz Intel Celeron processor, 64MB of RAM, a 10GB hard drive, and CD-ROM drive.
Backyard Racing built this massive Hot Wheels track last month, but his latest tree track may have topped that one. It took around two weeks to put together and involved tying several sections of the track with string to a tree, but the highlight of the show is a functional gondola that is powered by a hand drill. This gondola is capable of transporting Hot Wheels cars from the bottom of the track to the treetop.