The early bird gets the worm. If you're the first man to walk into a store after they've just opened up a fresh batch of Hot Wheels, you have a bigger chance of finding those special items you were hoping to get. The 2022 B Case is the hottest topic when it comes to Hot Wheels Mainlines - the most common diecast models on offer from this company right now.
It has been about a month since we've shown you how the first case of 2022 looks like. And we were stoked to see the Porsche 935 and the LB-Silhouette Works Nissan GT-R. But I guess everyone was eager to see the 1970 Pontiac Firebird. You know, the one that won the Hot Wheels Legends Tour. That's the same Firebird that raced the time attack BMW E36 in the "This vs That" series from Hoonigan.
The Treasure Hunt cast for this case is going to be a fictional Fast Food van called "Quick Bite." If you come across it and don't like it, I'd still suggest you buy it and use it for trading purposes. If you're a big truck fan, you're going to like the 2020 Ram 1500 Rebel, which is still a fairly new cast for collectors. But it's not as new as the 1987 Ford Sierra Cosworth: this is the first time Hot Wheels collectors can get this car!
The Tesla Cybetruck is also back for this case, and you haven't found one so far, don't lose hope! Several casts are making a comeback as recolors, such as the Toyota Corolla AE86, the Honda City Turbo II, the Mazda Repu, or the Ford Focus RS. But there's no doubt that the highlight of the B Case is the Super Treasure Hunt cast: a 1973 BMW 3.0 CSL Race Car! These are already selling for over $70 on eBay if you want one that hasn't been opened yet!