Discussion in 'Transformers Toy Discussion' started by Lumpy, Apr 10, 2011.
anyone know what it is? there's no US markings, just some stuff in Japanese.
maybe something from the Convertors line (they did release there own versions of Roadbuster, Whirl and the 3 Dorvac mecha in the states)
Looks like the green repaint of "Wheels" from the Convertors line, which was a tiny version of a Mugen Calibur from Dorvack, which was also the same design that was later repurposed as Roadbuster in Transformers. This robot gets around.
Counter-X > Convertors >> Wheels
hey, i think that's it. sweet. now i gotta see how much he's worth, cuz i don't need him. i've been going through old toys for a week now to get ready for a toy show tomorrow, hopefully i can sell some of it.
I'm sure I've got one of those somewhere. He stood in for my Roadbuster for a long time. Not seen it for ages though so I hope it's not wandered out of my collection somehow and gotten lost. I hate it when stuff seemingly vanishes.
i had one of those in color. it fell apart, that toy was junk! i also have what's left of the whirl, and the tank. the tank being the only one to stay together!
this one isn't falling apart, which is good. looks like its missing some pieces though. hopefully some fan of Roadbuster will want it later.
Good old Convertors Wheels. I've actually been looking for one of those for a while but they never seem to turn up on Ebay. I have no idea what its value is - probably more than what I'd want to pay.
Based on the MOSC sample on ebay, it's only missing its gun. Rough number I'd put on it is $15-20, maybe $25-35 if it were complete, depending on condition. That, of course, is working on the assumption that the MOSC sample is priced too high, which I believe it is.
if any of you guys are interested, I threw him up on eBay starting for 13 cents.
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