The Hess Truck’s back and it’s ready for summer!
This year’s collection is a five-piece fleet of classics: the 1968 Tanker Truck, the 1980 Training Van, and the 3-in-1 1997 Hess Toy Truck and Racers. Each toy in this Mini Collection is a replica of the original that inspired it, with bright LED lights, premium detail, and chrome accents. The vehicles also come with detachable collector display stands.
“The Hess Miniature series is back and better than ever, with the all-new 2021 Hess Mini Collection,” says Hess Toy Truck General Manager Justin Mayer. “No collection is complete without these awesome additions to the miniature fleet.”
Miniature Tanker Truck
The quintessential Hess fuel delivery tanker truck is green with a bold white wraparound stripe and is pulled by a solid green tractor on a red chassis with classic bright yellow fenders. Iconic details include the bright red, free-rolling wheels; chrome cab exhaust; 8 total lights, and 3 included Energizer A76 batteries.
Miniature Training Van
This white van features bold, full-body side striping, 23 LED lights, chrome wheel caps, bumpers, and accents plus tinted windows. The van comes with 3 Energizer A76 batteries
Miniature Toy Truck and Racers
24 years ago, the Hess Toy Truck and Racers was the first 3-in-1 model offered by the Hess Corp. The racers were unloaded by unlocking the rear door and using the pull-out ramp. The 2021 Mini boasts see-thru windows, green striping and fenders, and chrome detailing which accents the base white coloring. Kids can grasp the working rear cargo door with a twistable handle and pull-out ramp which provide access to two Micro Racers in contrasting green and white. Both have free-rolling, red-capped wheels. The vehicle features 41 LED lights, including interior cargo lights powered by 3 included Energizer A76 batteries.
The Hess Toy Truck has been a holiday tradition since 1964 when Leon Hess first launched the annual series as an affordable, high-quality gift option for customers of his Hess gas stations. In 1998, after the holiday trucks (despite the name, not always a truck, specifically) had become sought-after toys and collectibles well beyond the East Coast, the Hess Corp. debuted the Hess Miniature Series — a collection of playable, collectible vehicles inspired by previously-released full-size counterparts. Last year, the company introduced My Plush Hess Truck, a limited spring offering geared toward infants and toddlers. This year’s plush truck — a Cement Mixer — launched in March.
The 2021 Hess Toy Truck Mini Collection is available exclusively at hesstoytruck.com while supplies last.