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This clip is from QI Series L, Episode 16, 'Landmarks' with Stephen Fry, Alan Davies, Jo Brand, Colin Lane and David Mitchell.

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  1. lugialover09

    lugialover09

    3 dagen geleden

    As someone who works for a tire distributor, I was pleased with how many different tire manufacturers they all knew.

  2. Eralen00

    Eralen00

    4 dagen geleden

    0:58 "a good one to finish on" - seems everyone missed that joke! (watch from 0:46 for context)

  3. noitall man

    noitall man

    5 dagen geleden

    what is a tyre

  4. John Clapshoe

    John Clapshoe

    6 dagen geleden

    Trains have tires to.

  5. Neal bekheet saliyb

    Neal bekheet saliyb

    7 dagen geleden

    Does Matchbox make even more tyres than Lego?

  6. REZZ O'NATER

    REZZ O'NATER

    7 dagen geleden

    Tyre is on the Levantine coast. Tires go on wheels. Good God, man. Your English for fukkssake!

  7. PhantomHT1320

    PhantomHT1320

    7 dagen geleden

    wtf is a lego tire?

  8. Brad AmeerBeg

    Brad AmeerBeg

    7 dagen geleden

    Lego

  9. Andrew_Owens

    Andrew_Owens

    7 dagen geleden

    I was going to say Mattel- manufacturer of Matchbox cars.

  10. Fix YourGameplay

    Fix YourGameplay

    8 dagen geleden

    Hey I got one haha

  11. ThePixel1983

    ThePixel1983

    8 dagen geleden

    I like the new end Card 😁

  12. pauldzim

    pauldzim

    8 dagen geleden

    I'll bet it was Ford back in the early days

  13. Jovian999

    Jovian999

    8 dagen geleden

    Trust the aussie to start a game of knifey-spooney.

  14. claudia xander

    claudia xander

    8 dagen geleden

    My wife since lockdown! No no ,I love her dearly! All of her ;) No really, She's wonderful, Just the way she is... Which just happens to be, Much more than she once was!

  15. Orionide

    Orionide

    8 dagen geleden

    Tires

  16. Drew Lovelyhell

    Drew Lovelyhell

    9 dagen geleden

    Well, apart from the small, solid tyres, the bigger ones Lego make are very much similar to RC car tyres. You could put an inner-tube in them if you could find one the right size. And plenty of 'vehicles' have solid tyres (if your definition hinges on that factor), such as trolleys, lawn-mowers, wheel-barrows etc.

  17. Kronk

    Kronk

    9 dagen geleden

    You spell tires weird in England?! I had no idea.

    • Christopher Clark

      Christopher Clark

      7 dagen geleden

      Kronk speak good.

    • Drew Lovelyhell

      Drew Lovelyhell

      9 dagen geleden

      Yes, America is the only place that doesn't spell things weirdly. We adapted your language - American English - into what we call "English."

  18. Otto Fabian

    Otto Fabian

    9 dagen geleden

    Lol, The audience member with a Google powered device gets the points!!! Well Done Sir!

    • Daid13

      Daid13

      7 dagen geleden

      I mean this is a really, really well known piece of trivia, I'd be very surprised if that was used by whoever shouted in the audience as you suggest.

  19. Don Wells

    Don Wells

    9 dagen geleden

    Tyres, weird way to spell Tires. 🤔🤔🤔

  20. Scott Taylor

    Scott Taylor

    9 dagen geleden

    I thought it was going to be bicycle tires.

  21. EarthKnight

    EarthKnight

    9 dagen geleden

    Lego or Hot Wheels were my first thoughts.

  22. Twinrehz

    Twinrehz

    9 dagen geleden

    You heard the one about the racing car driver who had a flat? He retired

  23. Modern Tech Junkie

    Modern Tech Junkie

    9 dagen geleden

    OMG. Ive watched enough of these that I immediately went to Lego. This is as good as my day is gonna get

  24. Thomas Burriss

    Thomas Burriss

    9 dagen geleden

    I thought the trick was that these tires are spelled with a y and then it never happened

  25. Sebastian Orlander

    Sebastian Orlander

    9 dagen geleden

    And here I thought the answer was going to be something silly, like Tyre being the name of an ancient yet still populated city in modern Lebanon. Also, why is the spelling in British English with a 'y'? It just seems like the perfect setup for this type of confusion.

  26. Robert Cosper

    Robert Cosper

    9 dagen geleden

    Tires...not tyres

    • JMW DW Podcast

      JMW DW Podcast

      9 dagen geleden

      Nope. The show is British, so we use the British spelling, which is “tyres”. The USA don’t have a monopoly on the English language!

  27. Angry Ted

    Angry Ted

    9 dagen geleden

    A better question: who cares?

  28. FormulaFish15

    FormulaFish15

    10 dagen geleden

    The outtro music was slower than usual.

    • JMW DW Podcast

      JMW DW Podcast

      9 dagen geleden

      Yes, it’s because they’ve chopped quite a bit from the end after people (wrongly) complained about the very final line. It meant they had to play the music more slowly (and therefore deeply) than normal.

  29. Amadonics

    Amadonics

    10 dagen geleden

    Hey! Cool the ending changed!

    • JMW DW Podcast

      JMW DW Podcast

      9 dagen geleden

      Why’s it cool? I loved the bit that’s gone missing!

  30. Lazarus Stewart

    Lazarus Stewart

    10 dagen geleden

    Okay I immediately thought of automobile tires. I thought perhaps Yokohama, all the majors. But since none of those was correct, I wonder if Legos make more tires than matchbox, or Hot Wheels? Just asking.

  31. Gabriella Giocomo

    Gabriella Giocomo

    10 dagen geleden

    This clip is a perfect capsule of the show. Eventually there's the bit of odd trivia, but first there's a solid minute of excellent puns.

    • James Ramplin

      James Ramplin

      8 uur geleden

      A perfect microcosm

  32. Custos

    Custos

    10 dagen geleden

    Trick question. It's the one that misspells "tires" most often

  33. Geoffroi Le Hook

    Geoffroi Le Hook

    10 dagen geleden

    I would have guessed Matchbox but I'm not astonished

  34. Todd Chidlow

    Todd Chidlow

    10 dagen geleden

    I would think hot wheels must be a close second

  35. Jack Jones

    Jack Jones

    10 dagen geleden

    Does LEGO make the tire or buy them off a 3rd party as car manufacturers do?

  36. J K

    J K

    10 dagen geleden

    Dumbest answer ever.

  37. Charles Peter Watson

    Charles Peter Watson

    10 dagen geleden

    Who makes the most spare tires? Men who eat hearty but don't exercise much.

    • SierraRomeoRomeo

      SierraRomeoRomeo

      10 dagen geleden

      Heartily.

  38. Thomas Reese

    Thomas Reese

    10 dagen geleden

    I thought Hot Wheels, but I guess it isn't called Hot Tyres

  39. Nad Senoj

    Nad Senoj

    10 dagen geleden

    TYREPOWER

  40. James Kwan

    James Kwan

    10 dagen geleden

    I would call non-pneumatic "tyres" wheels. Like, you wouldn't call the cyclindrical shaped things on the bottom of a skateboard tyres. You'd call them wheels - made from solid Plastic and /or rubber

    • James Kwan

      James Kwan

      10 dagen geleden

      @SierraRomeoRomeo yes. You're right. I've misremembered how they look when i searched it up just now. I thought they were one piece on the really small level. I must be thinking of a different toy

    • SierraRomeoRomeo

      SierraRomeoRomeo

      10 dagen geleden

      You'd be wrong then. The Lego tyre is a seperate part that fits on to a plastic wheel. Your skateboard analogy misses the fact that Lego use 2 parts whereas the skateboard uses one.

  41. Matt 19

    Matt 19

    10 dagen geleden

    I knew it was Lego before I clicked on the video. How did I know ... I've seen this qi episode obviously as it's where I get most of the information like this.

  42. sparkieT88

    sparkieT88

    10 dagen geleden

    I was guessing matchbox.... close but not cigar

  43. Xander Anderson

    Xander Anderson

    10 dagen geleden

    Falken?

  44. Sanat Prasad

    Sanat Prasad

    10 dagen geleden

    I initially thought Hotwheels, but as I thought more, Lego also popped up. Wasn't sure still, probably would have said Hotwheels first

    • Adam Harris

      Adam Harris

      10 dagen geleden

      Mattel don't make tyres. Their Hot Wheels cars have plastic wheels and the tyres are part of the same sculpt. Whereas LEGO tyres use actual rubber, and are a separate part that fits over the wheel, almost exactly like the real thing.

  45. Shawn Hawkins

    Shawn Hawkins

    10 dagen geleden

    I was thinking Hot Wheels

  46. Herbie

    Herbie

    10 dagen geleden

    Good lord! A "Y"! What's next, spelling color with a "u", driving on the wrong side of the road, pronouncing an "a" at the end of a word as an "r" and eating with the back end of a damn fork?

    • JMW DW Podcast

      JMW DW Podcast

      9 dagen geleden

      Maybe it’s because it’s a British show, so they spell it all the British way? The USA doesn’t have a Monopoly on the language we gave you!

  47. JRGoldinger0824

    JRGoldinger0824

    10 dagen geleden

    Did anyone notice the outro was out of tune? Almost like it was warbling or something?

    • JMW DW Podcast

      JMW DW Podcast

      9 dagen geleden

      It’s a forced feature of this irritating abridged outro.

  48. Ghosthost92 Gaming

    Ghosthost92 Gaming

    10 dagen geleden

    I finally got one before anyone said any answers! There’s a first time for everything!

  49. StuntpilootStef

    StuntpilootStef

    10 dagen geleden

    Evereybody who's a fan of either James May or the other two idiots will know it's lego.

  50. Bendmydick Cucumbersnatch

    Bendmydick Cucumbersnatch

    10 dagen geleden

    I'm just shouting "LEGO" at the screen like a madman. 😂 Thank God the audience finally said it.

  51. shoredude2

    shoredude2

    10 dagen geleden

    I had figured it must be a Chinese company who makes tyres and then brands them under the brand names that we know today. I was wrong.

    • Ilham Alfatihah

      Ilham Alfatihah

      6 dagen geleden

      I would bet that there is a company in Thailand, Indonesia or Malaysia who is producing 40-60% of the world's tyre and contracted by these big tyre companies. It make sense because these countries make are the biggest rubber farming country in the world making up 71% of the world's supply.

  52. Lynwood Jackson

    Lynwood Jackson

    10 dagen geleden

    I miss Stephen Fry hosting QI. Don't get me wrong, Sandi is amazing, but Stephen just had a whole arsenal of bad jokes that I adored.

    • Derp

      Derp

      4 dagen geleden

      @Lynwood Jackson oooo I had no idea. That's awesome, thanks for the heads up.

    • Lynwood Jackson

      Lynwood Jackson

      4 dagen geleden

      @Derp he read The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy as well. I downloaded both. :D

    • Derp

      Derp

      10 dagen geleden

      @Lynwood Jackson

    • Lynwood Jackson

      Lynwood Jackson

      10 dagen geleden

      @talonlan my low key favorite thing about Sandi is her fake British accent.

    • Lynwood Jackson

      Lynwood Jackson

      10 dagen geleden

      @Derp that is an amazing tip. This might be a weird thing to hear from a stranger on the internet but I love you. Lmao.

  53. Deco Dolly

    Deco Dolly

    10 dagen geleden

    Surely anyone who has ever taken part in a pub quiz knows the answer to this is Lego?

  54. TheBullfrog89

    TheBullfrog89

    10 dagen geleden

    I thought HotWheels

  55. Jonas Hamill

    Jonas Hamill

    10 dagen geleden

    I guessed hotwheels and I guess I wasn't too far off in that they're little ones for toys

  56. puirYorick

    puirYorick

    10 dagen geleden

    Randomly - I wonder if the guy closing the laptop cover may be Joe Lycett. He wore a similar outfit in his act and the build looks about right. LEGO tires get oily and disintegrate after a few years, Boo, LEGO. My airplanes and Jeeps all need fresh tires.

    • Christopher Clark

      Christopher Clark

      7 dagen geleden

      My guess is QI elf Ethan.

    • Simon Tay

      Simon Tay

      10 dagen geleden

      i don't think it is joe lycett. The guy in the video is thinner.

  57. mrSkandalpolisen

    mrSkandalpolisen

    10 dagen geleden

    No it's not Lego. It's Ahlgrens bilar that makes the most tires per year. Ahlgrens bilar produces around 4 billion candies in the shape of cars every year and each and every one of those cars has 4 wheels. That means Ahlgrens bilar makes 16 billion tires every year.

    • MEKKANNOID

      MEKKANNOID

      8 dagen geleden

      But there are no tyres on them. The wheels are just part of the sculpt.

  58. Chris m

    Chris m

    10 dagen geleden

    My first thought was that maybe none of the name brands actually made the tires themselves and had them manufactured by an outside company.

    • DoABarrelRoll

      DoABarrelRoll

      16 uur geleden

      I thought it was a play on words and ‘tyres’ =\= ‘tires’.

    • jeremy mcadam

      jeremy mcadam

      5 dagen geleden

      not far from the truth for most car consumables

    • Joskim Engström

      Joskim Engström

      10 dagen geleden

      Maybe that's how it is and Lego is manufacturing for all of the major tyre companies.

  59. RKBock

    RKBock

    10 dagen geleden

    why did no-one guess Michelin?! It's the largest! (and the most well known in Germany...)

    • Tony Pegler

      Tony Pegler

      9 dagen geleden

      It's Bridgestone Bridgestone Japan Michelin France Goodyear USA Continental Germany Sumitomo Japan Pirelli Italy Hankook Sth Korea Yokohama Japan

    • Septimus ii

      Septimus ii

      9 dagen geleden

      I think it's the most well known in Britain too, or certainly up there

    • RKBock

      RKBock

      10 dagen geleden

      @Deco Dolly well, it is also coincidentally the tire manufacturer that produces the most tires worldwide. I don't know about other countries, but in germany you see their commercials all the time and they aren't a german company. So... while I assumed that it's the case in all western countries, I added that I'm from germany to explain my bias.

    • Deco Dolly

      Deco Dolly

      10 dagen geleden

      Wouldn't doubt that, but I can't imagine why one Australian and three British comedians on a UK panel show would immediately think of what is well known in Germany.

  60. Calum Cooper

    Calum Cooper

    10 dagen geleden

    So by extension does that mean Lego also produces the most windows?

    • Dave Morgan

      Dave Morgan

      8 dagen geleden

      No, that's Microsoft...

    • Tony Pegler

      Tony Pegler

      9 dagen geleden

      Definitely the most bricks

    • Calum Cooper

      Calum Cooper

      9 dagen geleden

      @Septimus ii I'm afraid I cannot accept this

    • Septimus ii

      Septimus ii

      9 dagen geleden

      Probably

  61. Jacob Kingsley

    Jacob Kingsley

    10 dagen geleden

    LEGO!

  62. Taege e

    Taege e

    10 dagen geleden

    My first thought was Michelin which I quickly scrapped as they were probably too busy rating restaurants.

    • Cameron Eridan

      Cameron Eridan

      21 uur geleden

      @Kromaatikse We the everyday western folk may not be necessarily aware of any east asian tyre manufacturing conglomerates, but the wider business world is, and the fact is simple that you can google it and see there isn't any single conglomerate that takes care of that. They have hundreds of companies making tyres. East Asia, for all its pretend communism in places like China or Vietnam, has mastered the industrial free market and there is plenty of competition between companies in virtually every field of manufacturing.

    • Brian M

      Brian M

      Dag geleden

      *facepalm* Well, now we know how the Michelin Man came about. He isn't made of tires. He got that way eating till he WAS tired.

    • Cricket England

      Cricket England

      8 dagen geleden

      Wow we have a wannabe comedian in the chat

    • Jasper Janssen

      Jasper Janssen

      9 dagen geleden

      My first thought is Lego, but that’s probably because I’ve seen this one before.

    • Kromaatikse

      Kromaatikse

      10 dagen geleden

      In terms of *pneumatic* tyres, I would have assumed it was some Asian conglomerate us Westerners have never heard of (and might not even be able to pronounce). You know how many bicycles and scooters and tuk-tuks are trundling around in China and India - all with pneumatic tyres? Neither do I, but I do know it puts our Western car habits to shame in term of volume.

  63. Enfant666Terrible

    Enfant666Terrible

    10 dagen geleden

    Me right at the start: "LEGO!"

    • Matt 19

      Matt 19

      10 dagen geleden

      Me too. But only because I've seen this episode and that's how I know

    • Doug Jones

      Doug Jones

      10 dagen geleden

      I thought it might be Mattel (or whomever makes Hot Wheels)

  64. JONATHAN SUTCLIFFE

    JONATHAN SUTCLIFFE

    10 dagen geleden

    QI | Which Company Makes The Most Tyres? 1844pm 30/4/21 dunlop, factory, rochdale, being bombed during the war in the 1940's - obviously... now what is it??? dunno. it used to stretch from rochdale railway station into castleton or so they say... now that's what i call being tapped up for info

  65. Earl Lemongrab

    Earl Lemongrab

    10 dagen geleden

    So strange not to hear Sandi finish her sentence x) You closed the laptop on her!

    • Dannysince1985

      Dannysince1985

      9 dagen geleden

      Good.....

    • Matthew Virgo

      Matthew Virgo

      10 dagen geleden

      It's like they do a coinflip every time to determine which end sequence they're gonna do for the week

  66. rmkw4291

    rmkw4291

    10 dagen geleden

    I've had this as a pub quiz question before.

  67. Nadir Dbouk

    Nadir Dbouk

    10 dagen geleden

    I think Lebanon has made the most Tyres😁

    • Il H

      Il H

      7 dagen geleden

      In the words of every QI participant: Heyyyyyy!

    • Kevin Russell

      Kevin Russell

      8 dagen geleden

      Nice

    • Elitist20

      Elitist20

      10 dagen geleden

      Just one, but it's the biggest.

    • Nadir Dbouk

      Nadir Dbouk

      10 dagen geleden

      @Geoffroi Le Hook Do you mean 'S'? 🤓

    • Geoffroi Le Hook

      Geoffroi Le Hook

      10 dagen geleden

      Tyre and Sidon tsart with the same letter in their own language

  68. Suzanne Potts

    Suzanne Potts

    10 dagen geleden

    Little Tikes? For all those little red toddler cars?

  69. Zed Carr

    Zed Carr

    10 dagen geleden

    I would have said Avon. I've always thought it's a bit strange that a company like Avon has two product types. Tyres and cosmetics.

    • DrZaius3141

      DrZaius3141

      8 dagen geleden

      @Jasper Janssen Oh no, I liked that part. Throwing around your nationality as if it meant anything at all is very on point. If I'm honest, to me it's not impertinent enough (and I mean that in both senses of the word): Like you said, the insult fits perfectly, although shoehorning "simp", "SJW" or something similar in there that's more targeted (mistargeted) than the ole "wanker" would be even better. But in addition to the "I'm British", I'd like to see a "I'm a business major, so obviously I know those companies" or "my uncle is the CEO" or something else along those lines.

    • Jasper Janssen

      Jasper Janssen

      9 dagen geleden

      @Zed Carr still missing the insults. Here, let me show you: “you wanker, of course it was a joke! How stupid can you be to not see that...” (No need to say you’re British either once you throw in something about wankers)

    • Zed Carr

      Zed Carr

      9 dagen geleden

      @DrZaius3141 I know full well that Avon Tyres and Avon Cosmetics are two totally different companies as they produce TOTALLY different products. I'm British, I was taking the piss.

    • DrZaius3141

      DrZaius3141

      9 dagen geleden

      @Zed Carr Dude, you're not following NLcameras comment protocoll. When you learn something new (or rather shown that you were wrong), you have to lash out at other people while claiming it was a joke and insulting them for not getting it.

    • Zed Carr

      Zed Carr

      10 dagen geleden

      ​@SavageGreywolf I'm a bit naive. I actually though ''The Lord of the Rings'' was a story about the manager of a gay brothel.

  70. TWX1138

    TWX1138

    10 dagen geleden

    Going to guess right now before watching that it's Mattel.

    • Lattamonsteri

      Lattamonsteri

      10 dagen geleden

      @Sanat Prasad oh i wish someone would have said that xD maybe stephen wished so too!

    • Sanat Prasad

      Sanat Prasad

      10 dagen geleden

      Even I thought Hotwheels. I'd imagine if a panelist had answered that Stephen would have said 'No, but you ARE on the right track' Edit: No pun intended (although it would have been a right laugh if someone on the panel had said thay)

    • TWX1138

      TWX1138

      10 dagen geleden

      @Lattamonsteri Thanks. I was thinking in terms of 1/64 scale toys like Hot Wheels cars.

    • Lattamonsteri

      Lattamonsteri

      10 dagen geleden

      @TWX1138 I'd give points for a good try :P

    • TWX1138

      TWX1138

      10 dagen geleden

      Lego. I was wrong, but not as wrong as wrong as the panelists.

  71. Charlie

    Charlie

    10 dagen geleden

    Only 43.75% of this video is about tyres

    • Deco Dolly

      Deco Dolly

      10 dagen geleden

      Unless you took the time to actually calculate that percentage, you're not a proper QI viewer! 😊

  72. Zeigler_

    Zeigler_

    10 dagen geleden

    Before Watching I was going to guess lego

  73. David Camel

    David Camel

    10 dagen geleden

    ?

  74. Lena Oxton

    Lena Oxton

    10 dagen geleden

    It's gotta be LEGO. Locking in my guess. Anyone else used to squish on them between your teeth when you were kids? No? I suppose I was the reason choking hazards persist, then.

    • Jasper Janssen

      Jasper Janssen

      9 dagen geleden

      @Paul they were so very *satisfying* to chew too. Just the regular ones, not the oversized ones (comparatively scaled tractor tyres) let alone all the various giant technic ones, though.

    • Paul

      Paul

      9 dagen geleden

      Nope. You're not alone. I thought it was LEGO and I remember chewing LEGO tyres too.

    • Ange Maidment

      Ange Maidment

      10 dagen geleden

      Of course it’s LEGO.

    • Bab Boon

      Bab Boon

      10 dagen geleden

      I suddenly have a plan for licorice tyres.

    • JohnyG29

      JohnyG29

      10 dagen geleden

      You watched the video first

  75. New Message

    New Message

    10 dagen geleden

    "A good one to finish on, though..." Um...

  76. bs jeffrey

    bs jeffrey

    10 dagen geleden

    i guessed matchbox

  77. ExPFC Wintergreen v2.0

    ExPFC Wintergreen v2.0

    10 dagen geleden

    Without watching I’d guess lego

  78. Litigious Society

    Litigious Society

    10 dagen geleden

    Tyre looks so weird to me. As an American, I associate the spelling with the ancient cities of Tyre and Sidon. It's also weird, since words like fire, wire, sire, dire, etc. aren't spelled that way.

    • Click Beetle

      Click Beetle

      9 dagen geleden

      @JohnyG29 Colour is derived from French. Color is the original Latin word.

    • Litigious Society

      Litigious Society

      10 dagen geleden

      @JohnyG29 I would argue -our is much more of a misspelling, since the pronounciation of the word "our" in English is either "ar" or "au-er," and British English ends many words -or, so it's just arbitrary ones for which they add the "u." To me British English is just a made up dialect from the Victorian period, while some east coast, American dialects have a much longer history.

    • Bab Boon

      Bab Boon

      10 dagen geleden

      @Litigious Society I don't think the *Phonecians* made tyres to be honest. Spoked chariot wheels with a bronze or iron rim possibly?

    • JohnyG29

      JohnyG29

      10 dagen geleden

      Just don't worry about it old chap. It looks odd to us when you've misspelt other English words like colour etc. However it makes the world an interesting place eh?

    • Mathew Fullerton

      Mathew Fullerton

      10 dagen geleden

      @Jack Lovejoy No, it's not, not if you are using the noun as used in this clip. Tyre and tire mean the same thing. And, in Britain, the use of the spelling of "tire" for "tyre" is increasing, see writingexplained.org/tyre-vs-tire-difference.

  79. PureZOOKS

    PureZOOKS

    10 dagen geleden

    My guess was Hot Wheels, not a million miles away

    • SchwarzeWitwe2

      SchwarzeWitwe2

      9 dagen geleden

      Mine too.

    • Robert Nolan

      Robert Nolan

      9 dagen geleden

      I’ve been at a quiz where that was the answer to who manufactures the most cars in a year.

    • Arpan Sarangi

      Arpan Sarangi

      9 dagen geleden

      I have been to a quiz where Hot Wheels was the correct answer.

    • Kevin Schultz

      Kevin Schultz

      10 dagen geleden

      Yeah, my guess was going to be Mattel as well. Ah, well - close enough for horseshoes!

    • SavageGreywolf

      SavageGreywolf

      10 dagen geleden

      Not a bad guess but Hot Wheels don't have tires on the wheels, they're hard plastic from hub to rim. They're shaped to _look_ like tires but to qualify by definition they have to be a separate ring placed around the rim of a wheel, so Lego tires do qualify but a Matchbox car would not.

  80. Arch Stanton

    Arch Stanton

    10 dagen geleden

    Lego - guess at start of video

    • Anthony Koomen

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