Redline Tune-Up Wrench – NOS – Original Brightvision Tool – The Famous Tune-Up Tool!


NOS Brightvision Engraved Tune-up Tool

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NOS Brightvision Tune-Up Tool!

For Use On Redlines from 1968 through 1972

Here you go folks! Some legendary Brightvision memorabilia! The early Brightvision Tune-Up Tools had their old web address is stamped right into the steel! Now that’s cool! The newer tools Brightvision makes are now blank without any marks on them. Now these early tools are a part of Redline Collecting History! And the best part is, the tool actually works to help you straighten bent axles and removing wheels! Now that’s a real bonus!!

Because these are NOS (New Old Stock) from many years ago, the item may have some slight minor finish imperfections.

Tired of looking at cars on display with bent axles? Want your cars to roll straight so you can win that downhill race? Then this tool is for you. Designed specifically for Hot Wheels from 68-72. This indispensable tool actually works to help you straighten bent axles and removing wheels!

If you’re familiar with the Tune-up Wrench that was included in the Tune-Up Tower Set back in 1969, you will recognize this tool. It’s a beautiful recreation of the tool. Faithfully reproduced, all the way down to the zinc plating, durable steel material and like manufacturing method. This tool is just spot on! Even the small eyelet at the end is there! I guess someone back in the 1960s thought the kids would wear the tool around their neck so they could repair the cars frequently as they blew through the superchargers!! Rumor has it that this tool was used by factory workers to salvage bent axle cars that were damaged during production.

Two important improvements were made to increase the functionality of the wrench; The thickness was increased slightly and the blade support was extended on the bottom of the tool. Both changes make the tool more rigid, so when you’re actually using it, it gets the job done without bending. The originals bent very easily.

Each tool is made of high-grade stamped steel with bright zinc plating. The finish is what the cars looked like before they were painted. Both the front and back sides are blank. The finish looks a lot like the finish on the bases of the early cars from 68-72.


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