I went to the Philadelphia International Auto Show tonight with my dad and my fiance. I was hoping they'd have a yellow Concept Camaro with black racing stripes and a gray Solstice, but I was out of luck (though the orange camaro convertible on display was close). Anyway, they always have a couple booths of over priced die-cast models, and normally I would have just passed through, but my dad stopped to look for a 1955 Chevy Bel Air, so I took some time to look too. That's when I spotted this little set of 2 hot wheels sized yellow camaros, an '81 and what's labeled as an '06 Concept. The "collector's edition" set was very obviously inspired by Bumblebee, and it's officially licensed by GM. Moreover, it came in a nice little display case. The woman at the stand said these will only be produced for a year, though that means nothing. My fiance, being wonderful, snuck one away and bought it for me when she saw me checking it out. They also had some larger '09 Camaros, some of which have been mentioned on the boards, and were going for a ridiculous $99. The set I got was $20, I think. Anyway, here are some pictures of the set with the movie toys. Sorry about the sub par quality, I just threw these together to share. They're apparently part of Jada Toys' Big Muscle Line. The box's window recalls the car's front end profile, and has nice, glossy racing stripes. It's also sealed all over with tape bearing the company logo. You can't really see it here, but in the front corners of the display case, each car's year and make are printed in silver. And here you can see the die cast cars with their robot counterparts...as well as my kitchen, and living room, and mario bros. pillows.