The first non-military civilian to drive a High Mobility Multipurpose Wheeled Vehicle or Hum-Vee was Arnold Schwarzenegger. It's rumored that when the action-hero-turned-governor was shooting the 1990 movie Kindergarten Cop, he was so jazzed after seeing a convoy of HMMWVs drive by that he promptly phoned the AM General Corporation and asked them to begin selling these beefy vehicles to the public as Hummers. Once available, Arnold began to collect Hummers, and currently owns at least eight. Given that owning a real one might not be feasible for the average American citizen any longer for a variety of reasons, you can definitely start up your own collection of miniature models when you pick up these candy-filled toys topped with dust-colored military vehicles. Because some wands hold brightly colored 3/4 Inch gumballs and some are packed with mini Tic Tac-style tart candies in a bold rainbow assortment, there's more than enough to share. Three styles of vehicles are featured in a pack of 12 wands, including hefty military tanks. Perfect your best impression of a four-ton vehicle engine while you host a race for all your new wheels, and if you're feeling generous, let the winner take all the candy! Strap in, gear up, and get snacking. HOOWAHH!
Unit Price = $3.30/wand.
Display box contains 12 Die Cast Mighty Military Machines Gumballs & Candy Filled Wands.
Shipping Weight ~ 4 lbs.