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I've been on a real retro-kick lately, and while my wife hasn' been too keen on my thoughts of remodeling my office space into a retro-styled world of fun, I've still been recapturing some feelings of youth as my daughter and I continue rockin' the Hot Wheels. While I've mentioned my daughter's car-obsession regularly, I've really been catching the bug again myself. Case-in-point: I stopped at Dollar Tree today and picked up a pair of Hot Wheels' "The Hot Ones" funny cars that are re-tooled versions of ones I had growing up in the 1980s. From that same era came something that popped into my head tonight that I hadn't thought of in many years... the Hot Wheels Crack-Ups Crash Course!

With my daughter being so into toy cars (as previously documented over at Time To Play) and loving to build things, I was pretty excited when a two-pack of XTREME CUSTOMZ by Ridemakerz arrived here at Rock Father HQ for review. Much like a model kit you can actually play with, XTREME CUSTOMZ are the latest "Ridez" from Ridemakerz - a line of customizable toy cars suggested for ages 5+. So how are they?

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