35. 1974 Baja Bruiser
Shortly after Mattel stopped using "Spectraflame" colors on their model cars in 1972, they introduced graphics, which were called "tampos," to the sides of many of their new Hot Wheels cars. And, they were an instant hit. The '74 Baja Bruiser, inspired by a Ford truck, was one of the earliest examples of Mattel's new approach to outfitting their Hot Wheels.