Here is an interesting casting, I'm not talking about the looks but how it was made, not that it doesn't look interesting either. But, what about it that caught my attention? It's how it has both a plastic body and a plastic chassis. Usually Hot Wheels only does one or the other, if not both, meaning usually at least the body or the chassis is made out of metal. But for the Jester, it's neither. However, it does have metal in it or else Hot Wheels wouldn't be able to label their cars as being die cast metal cars anymore. So the Jester has a metal interior (very unusual), metal truck bed, metal grill, and metal side parts (see pictures) which of course is all just one single piece of metal. Overall it's pretty unusual, but pretty neat!