Had this for a while so I assumed there'd be a thread, but apparently not. Hubcap is the second of the new Scout molds for the start of the Hunt for the Decepticons promotion (and the start of the yellow box packaging). He transforms into a red old school hot rod. The alt mode is largely red (slightly orangey) and has a decent amount of molded detail. Front and rear bumpers and lights are in silver, the mirrors and boot and door handles are unpainted. There's a molded fuel cap on the back right hand side of the car. The only other detail in this mode are the pipes on either side of the vehicle, which look quite nice and are the same silver as the front grill/lights. The transformation is really easy. The front wheels move out to the side to form shoulders and the doors are on the side of the forearms. The remaining back half of the car unfolds and expands to reveal the legs. Note that it doesn't become the legs - aside from the chest and shoulders this is entirely a shellformer - the back half of the car is attached to the back of the legs. Then the front grill folds down to form the chest, exposing the head in doing so (not really automorph although it does raise up a bit through this motion). There we go. Robot mode is alright - the limbs are different shades of grey (with some bronze detailing on the legs). They are nicely detailed, especially the forearms which have a nice segmented look to them. From the front it looks good but if you turn it around you can see what a shell former it is - essentially the entire car sans grill is hanging off his back and his legs. The headsculpt looks sort of Bumblebee esque. There could be long term issues with the grill/chest, in that it doesn't really lock in to anything, it's held in place by friction. Likewise the read segment of the car, which hangs off the back of the ankles on a relatively loose joint - it can be held in place by clamping the car roof parts hanging off his legs up against them, but again that's just friction stopping it flapping about. Overall this is a reasonable mold. I don't hold any particular affection for the alt mode (I know there are some enthusiasts of that nature on this forum), and it could have done with some more paint apps. The transformation, for what it is, works quite well. The robot mode is nice from the front and decently articulated, but if viewed from most other angles it becomes clear that it is quite the shellformer. The best way I can summarise it is if you think of a robot curling itself into a ball and positioning car panels around it. 6/10.