The hottest of the hot wheels are on the roads, and their owners say they want to have their vehicles in service sooner rather than later.
In a report from the Associated Press, a group of car enthusiasts say they are willing to pay $200,000 to get their hot wheels on the highway.
The group, called the American Girl Car Museum, said in its request for donations that it wants the vehicles on the interstate.
But it doesn’t have any money to buy them, and they are asking for a donation of $200 million.
The museum’s president, Amy Stolz, told the AP that the group was formed to “advance the interests of the American girl car, and that we’re not only here to bring you cars, but we’re here to help make our dream a reality.”
The group said the American Girls car is on the verge of becoming a reality, but it is asking for $200m.
Hot wheels were first introduced in 1973 and have since become a mainstay of the automotive industry.
A hot-rodded American girl is shown in this 1969 picture, left, and a hot-rodder driving a hot girl in 1974, right.AP Photo/David GoldmanIt’s no secret that the popularity of the cars has surged, especially in recent years.
In 2013, Hot Wheels sold more than 1.6 million of its iconic vehicles, according to a report by Bloomberg.
The Smithsonian’s Hot Wheels Museum has been operating since 2009 and features a variety of cars from every era, from 1970s hot rods to modern hot-machines.
It has been called the “Car Museum of the World.”