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This is the fastest car in the world. It's only 3 inches long. It's a Hot Wheels Sizzlers with a real engine.
Hot Wheels Sizzlers, introduced in 1970, took standard die-cast toy cars one step further. Each Sizzler model held its own tiny electric motor and rechargeable battery. A recharge at the "Juice Machine" or "Goose Pump" enabled another five frenetic minutes of 200 mile-per-hour (to scale) fun. Mattel's Sizzlers line, though successful, eventually lost its edge and the firm discontinued production. The 90-second recharge time, for a Sizzlers car, is often called "the longest minute and a half in a kid's life."
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