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Hot Wheels Boulevard – Big Hits (Honda Civic Coupe)

The Honda Civic Coupe bodystyle was the first Honda diecast made by Hot Wheels.

 


Released in 2012 under Boulevard Big Hits series, this turquoise color EK/EJ Honda Civic Coupe is one of the popular sought after models by collectors.

 


Under the Boulevard Big Hits series, there are also Ferrari F40, ’64 Ford Falcon Sprint, Gangster Grin, ’56 Mercury, Phantastique and ’64 Studebaker.

 


The EK/EJ Civic Coupe is based on the sixth generation Civic platform and certain markets were offered the B16A powerplant.

 


This is a pre-facelift model with Wings West Avenger Style front bumper, intercooler nicely tucked behind the bumper and most probably vented VIS Racing hood.

 


Tampo carbon fiber vented hood with Honda emblem and carbon fiber roof.

 


Up top, you can see the panel sunroof (tampo carbon fiber too).

 


Wings West full Avenger style bodykit. The wheels are Real Rider 8 spoke (RR8SP) with rubber tires.

 


Rear view with Wings West rear boot spoiler, chrome rear muffler and tampo rear brake lights and rear plate frame.

 


Rear top view with nice carbon fiber top.

 


Looking through the black tinted rear windshield, you can see a built-in roll cage and a pair of audio amplifiers.

 


Rear quarter view. The rear side turning lights should have been tampo amber printed.

 


Unpainted metal base instead of plastic base.

 


Although the Civic is already into its tenth generation, the sixth generation is still widely modified by enthusiasts with many performance parts still readily available.

 

Hope to see more Honda variants in Hot Wheels Boulevard series!

 

Here is a diorama workshop with the Boulevard Honda Civic Coupe and other Hondas. Enjoy!

 

 

Video of Hot Wheels Honda Civic Coupe 2011:

Source: OzWheels Diecast

 

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2 Comments

  1. Hi Rac,
    I looked at this site as I have loads of toys in the attic that were put there when my children stopped playing with them. I am now going to get them down as some of the cars I have seen look familiar. I better get my boys looking at your site! Sharon

    • Hi, Sharon. Will be a good time for your boys to reminisce their younger childhood days 🙂

      Cheers, Rac

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