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Amazon-Exclusive Forza Hot Wheels Collector's Set Is Steeply Discounted

You can finally own the Lamborghini of your dreams if you don't mind it being 64 times smaller than the real deal.


Believe it or not, a Lamborghini is surprisingly affordable. You just can't drive it, it has no engine, and you won't need a lot of garage space for it because it's the size of a matchbox. That's right, this deal is focused on the lovely diecast cars offered by Hot Wheels, and for Forza fans, this special is not to be missed. Normally $38, this is now on sale for $28 for Black Friday and makes for a fun quick gift for any petrolhead in your social circle.

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This is a limited-edition Amazon-exclusive box set from Hot Wheels that celebrates Microsoft's Forza franchise with five premium cars. Inside this collection, you'll get tiny but very detailed replicas of the Nissan Silvia S15, Morris Mini, Porsche 911 GT3RS, Lamborghini Gallardo LP570-4 Superleggera, and Porsche Speedster. These are 1:64 scale toy cars with real rubber tires and full diecast metal construction, so you won't have to worry about them getting dinged up when you use them in physics-defying race-track.

This isn't the only time Forza and Hot Wheels have joined forces, as a few years ago, a Hot Wheels expansion for Forza Horizon 5 was released. That's a fun and colorful piece of DLC that works wonderfully inside of Forza Horizon 5's arcade-inspired gameplay, and there's a very good deal right now on that DLC. Antonline is offering an Xbox Series X bundle for $500 that includes not only download codes for Forza Horizon 5 and the Hot Wheels expansion, but also Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3, which just released this week. That's a discount of $130 in total, and you're getting an excellent home console with some fun games to install on it.

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