The MCI MC-8 is an intercity motor coach produced by Motor Coach Industries from 1973 to 1978. Succeeding the previous MC-7, the MC-8 featured a more squarish appearance and a less prominent stepped roofline. 4,475 chassis were produced by MCI and their subsidiary, the Transportation Manufacturing Corporation, during that timespan.
This casting is one of the heaviest castings Hot Wheels has ever produced, with the base, interior and side details essentially being one large piece of metal and making up the bulk of the weight.
The Greyhound MC-8 has come out in the following versions:
|Col #||Year||Series||Color||Tampo||Base Color / Type||Window Color||Interior Color||Wheel Type||Toy #||Country||Notes / Variations||Photo|
|1980||1980 Hot Wheels||White||Black Greyhound Logo, Red and Blue Stripes||Unpainted / Metal||Grey tint||Unpainted Metal||BW||1127||Hong Kong|
|1980||1980 Hot Wheels||White||Black Greyhound Logo, Red and Blue Stripes||Unpainted / Metal||Grey tint||Same as base||BW||1127||Malaysia|
|1983||The Hot Ones||White||Black Greyhound Logo, Red and Blue Stripes||Unpainted / Metal||Grey tint||Same as base||BW||1127||Mexico|