Nissan C10 Skyline Wagon
Debut Series Car Culture: Cargo Carriers
Produced 2018 - Present
Designer Jun Imai
Number FLC10


Debuted as the 1960s were coming to a close, the Nissan C10 Skyline Wagon was produced at Nissan's Musashimuriyama plant alongside it's sportier coupe cousin, the Nissan Skyline H/T 2000GT-X as the more commercial and family-oriented vehicle in the Skyline range. The Hot Wheels casting depicts a 1969 model. (as indicated on the base). Interestingly, the base name for this car is " '69 Nissan Skyline Van' ". In Japan, the term 'Van' is universal to any vehicle(s) that carry goods. This casting is right-hand drive (RHD) as is the standard on cars sold in Japan.


The Nissan C10 Skyline Wagon has come out in the following 1/64 scale versions:

Col # Year Series Color Tampo Base Color / Type Window Color Interior Color Wheel Type Toy # Country Notes / Variations Photo
2018 Car Culture: Cargo Carriers Light Green Detailed grille, headlights, taillights & sidemarkers Unpainted Metal Tinted (Gray) Tan C4SPRR FLC10 Thailand Released as '69 Nissan Skyline Van
Base code(s): L03, L04
3 2018 Car Culture: Team Transport Black Red Stripe on sides and top, and Advan logos Unpainted Metal Clear Red C4SPRR FVL00 Thailand Base code(s): L19, L20, L25 SkylineWagonAdvantransport
2019 Pop Culture X-Men Red "All New Xmen" Wolverine art on sides Unpainted Metal Tinted (smoke) Black Yellow C4SPRR FYN96 Thailand Base Code(s): L50 2019 HotWheels Pop Culture Nissan Slyline Van
2020 Collector Edition Spectraflame Purple White & Red Stripes, Hot Wheels Logo and '1' Redline, Gray MiniC4SP Base Code(s): 2020 Hot Wheels mail in Nissan C10 Skyline Wagon

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