Maryland's Montgomery County Council interviewed Bruce Pascal, a Montgomery County resident, who has the world's most expensive Hot Wheels collection.
Bethesda Magazine featured Bruce Pascal's collection and Hot Wheels Museum in a February 2019 article. See the article, "Potomac Man Planning Private Museum for His 'Amazing' Toy Cars."
The toy cars were introduced in 1968. Now, a Montgomery County man's Hot Wheels toy car collection is estimated to be worth $1.5 million. Read the full article about Bruce Pascal's collection on WTOP.
John Davis from Chesapeake Collectives interviewed Bruce Pascal on Maryland Public Television while showcasing Pascal's collection. Watch the interview.
Bruce Pascal is interviewed on Televista during the Mexican Hot Wheels Convention.
Bruce Pascal's collection is featured in the Road and Track article, "Inside the World's Most Valuable Hot Wheels Collection" (November 2018) by Brett Berk.
Bruce Pascal and his Hot Wheels collection in the Yahoo! Lifestyle, "Obsessed Series" show on October 12, 2018:
Or read the full article, "This man got 'hooked' on Hot Wheels when he was 7. Now, 50 years later, he's got 3,500 cars in his collection" online.
Bruce Pascal is interviewed and cited in the NorthJersey.com story, "Hot Wheels Legends Tour, celebrating 50th anniversary, makes a stop in Garfield" from June 16, 2018:
Out of all the unique cars, it was a tiny pink van that drew its own crowd. The "Beach Bomb" owned by Bruce Pascal, a Hot Wheels collector who owns over 3,500 of the miniature cars, is said to be worth at least $150,000. The car was never sold because it was made too small to fit on the Hot Wheels tracks.
Pascal said he started to collect the cars when the toy first came out and he was 7 years old. The cars were put in a cigar box and left by his mother's house until about 20 years ago. "I opened up the lid and the nostalgia just hit me," Pascal said, who is in the process of opening his own private Hot Wheels museum in Washington, D.C.
Bruce Pascal was interviewed live on-the-air with the hosts of the Today Show in Australia on June 9, 2018: