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GM Ultralite
Debut Series Demolition Man
Produced 1993-2001
Designer  ?
Number 11083
GM Ultralite Deman


Description

The GM Ultralite was debuted as part of the Demolition Man movie set of 12 cars, which were each sold individually packaged with a Park 'n Plates box. However the box was called a Cryo-Cube. This casting has been retired, and was released for the final time in 2000 as part of the Final Run Series.

In 2011, a HW Original casting with elements taken from this car was released.

Versions

The GM Ultralite has come out in the following versions:

Col # Year Series Color Tampo Base Color / Type Window Color Interior Color Wheel Type Toy # Country Notes Photo
- 1993 Demolition Man 3/9 White & Black Grey police shield & 'SAPD' on sides, Black & Grey shield on hood Black / Plastic Black None UH 11083 Malaysia Packaged with Cryo-Cube (Park'n Plates box) GM Ultralite Deman
594 1997 1997 Hot Wheels White & Black Grey police shield & 'SAPD' on sides, Black & Grey shield on hood Black / Plastic Black None 7SP 18363 Malaysia GM Ultralite 7spTampo
594 1997 1997 Hot Wheels White & Black None Black / Plastic Black None 7SP 18363 Malaysia GM Ultralite 7sp2
594 1997 1997 Hot Wheels White & Black None Black / Plastic Black None 3SP 18363 Malaysia Some releases named Police Car GM Ultralite 3sp
594 1997 1997 Hot Wheels White & Black Grey police shield & 'SAPD' on sides, Black & Grey shield on hood Black / Plastic Black None 5DOT 18363 Malaysia Named Police Image Not Available
- 1998 Police Squad       5-Pack (1998) White & Black Red, Gold & White star on fenders "To Protect and Serve" on doors White / Plastic Black None 3SP 18838 Malaysia 5-Pack Exclusive Edition GM Ultralite 3spTampo
2001 Final Run  5/12 Red, White & Black "Millennium Police" on sides, hood & rear; Final Run logo on fenders Black / Plastic Black None DDRR 26996 Malaysia Named Ultralite GM Ultralite FR

1997-card

From the back of the 1997-card:

COLLECTOR TIP
Did you know that the model currently called AEROFLASH® has had two other names? It was called "Large Charge" when it was issued in 1975 and "Silver Bullet" in 1985!

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