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The first step when taking a apart a Hot Wheels car is separating the base away from the body. A 1/8″ bit is a good size to drill a pilot hole. Then proceed with a 9/64″ bit to completely remove the head of the rivet.
Mini drill bits can be used to make very small holes in the body of the car to mount accessories like side mirrors and roof racks.
To reassemble a Hot Wheels casting with a screw, you must tap the post that the rivet was attached to.
A corded drill will always be ready to use and is the most inexpensive electric drill.
A cordless drill is considered more of a “light duty” drill compared to it corded counted partner. Its light weight and maneuverability makes it a great tool for a builder.
A rotary tool is made for precision work. This tool has many drilling, sanding and polishing attachments available making it a very useful tool for Hot Wheels modifications.