This casting was first released as Mantis for 1970. It has an opening canopy and an exposed metal engine/exh. pipes. For the 1973 release the name was changed to Double Vision and solid louvers replaced the exposed rea-mounted engine. The casting was later renamed Speed Seeker for three releases from 1984 through 1987. After a nine year absence it was again released a few more times with a new name of Speed Machine. The major difference for the latest release is that the canopy doesn't open.
|Col #||Year||Series||Color||Tampo||Base Color||Window Color||Interior Color||Wheel Type||Toy #||Country||Notes||Photo|
|1984||Ultra Hots||Spectra Dark Red||White, Yellow, Black lightning bolts||unpainted metal||Black tint||Black||UH||7299||Malaysia||In Germany it was carded as "Rekordbrecher"|
|1985||Stamper 3-Pack||Spectra Gold||White, Yellow, Red lightning bolts||unpainted metal||Yellow tint||Yellow||UH||9348||Malaysia|
|1987||White||Red, Green, Black snake||unpainted metal||Yellow tint||Yellow||UH||1512||Malaysia|
|Color Changers||Greyish-Purple||Blue, White, Purple snake||unpainted metal||Black tint||Black||BW||Malaysia|
|2012||The Hot Ones||Green||Blue and Green Tampos with 84 on front||Blue Tint||Gray||SHO||Thailand||*Newer Version|
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