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Alleged 2,000-Ft Long Hot Wheels Track

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This is a video of an alleged 2,000-foot long Hot Wheels track that can keep a car going for the entirety of its length thanks to a small fortune in those little battery-operated car launcher thingies. Of course it could be a hoax (what kind of sick f*** hoaxes a Hot Wheels track?!) since we never see a walk-through of the entire thing, just the individual segments.

This is a 3 minute long video of a 2,000 feet long powered Hot Wheels track that goes up and down the stairs, through 14 rooms of a house, around the outside of the house, and a jump over a hot tub.

So yeah, might be fake. The bulge in my pants? Totally fake. It's a coworker's sub I just stole out of the breakroom fridge. *strolling back to desk with meatballs rolling out my pant leg*

Hit the jump for the if that is real I wish I would've invested in Mattel stock before you made it.

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Mother of all Hot Wheels tracks leaves us speechless, if real [autoblog]

Thanks to Fritz and Brian, who made a mile-long track but I got drunk and Godzilla'd the entire thing before they could film it. That was my bad, guys.

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