The second Tune-Up Tower set for 1970 comes with a two-way Super-Charger. It is the Hi-Performance Set.
This set includes 15 1/2 feet of orange track, 3 joiners, 8 half curves, 2 arch bridges, 3 white trestles 2 red trestles, 1 lane merger, 1 Tune-Up Tower with 1 wheel wrench and 1 two-way Super-Charger.
Mattel envisioned the Hi-Performance Set layout as a freeway system. And in keeping with all this track, the set comes with 4 new cars too.
So there you have it. The 1970 Hot Wheels Hi-Performance Set.
It’s still fast. Still fun.
As a kid, I always worked my Hot Wheels cars pretty hard. They ran fast, they ran often and they got lots of wear.
A Tune-Up Tower sure would have come in handy to help my cars maintain the pace I was setting for them. Here’s some pictures of the Tune-Up Tower box by itself.
This is a comic book ad for the Tune-Up Tower.