Perfect Transformation Powerglide release date by JizaiToys

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  1. Ricochet

    Ricochet The Nerve Hammer

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  2. Bryan

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    Their Wheelie was well-designed...but y'know, it was Wheelie.

    Powerglide looks awesome, but at the prices he's bound to hit, pass.
     
  3. Ruination04

    Ruination04 8 Years Old Since 1984!

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    checl out the picture of the frog-woman...love the placement of the frog's eyes!
     
  4. Caterwaul

    Caterwaul Busou Shinki Loremaster

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    Mmm. Powerglide. For roughly $100 though? Pass
     
  5. Omegatron

    Omegatron Mandatory Fun. Buy it now TFW2005 Supporter

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    More Frog Girl pics here.


    So, how does one order these. Also, any idea on cost?
     
  6. RobotoChan

    RobotoChan Nothing to see here

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    Damn those Wonderfest specials are tasty and bloody hard to find.

    Anyone know of a place to get wonderfest 2008 stuff from?
     
  7. shumworld

    shumworld Well-Known Member

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    Yeah the frog-girl's eyes is a win and the Powerglide looks amazing. I mistook it as a masterpeice.
     
  8. Acteon

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    I prefer the Octane. Sadly I don't have the skill required to build it, but I'd pay handsomely to get one completed...
     
  9. Fit For natalie

    Fit For natalie tfwiki nerd

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    I wonder if it's an amazing coincidence that those japanese custom garage kit guys happened to be doing both Powerglide and Octane when Hasbro and TakaraTomy were doing the same for Universe.

    Dude, not cool to directly link their images like that.
     
  10. Spartan Prime

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    I'm all over that Wheelie!
     
  11. Insane Galvatron

    Insane Galvatron is not insane. Really!

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    Sad part is that these guys did a better job than Hasbro. Wish they worked for Hasbro and were designing the classics line.
     
  12. shroobmaster

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    Man DO I wish G1 had something like that hippo.
     
  13. KA

    KA PENIS GOES WHERE?!!

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    this guy is genius.

    jizz eye still makes me chuckle tho.
     
  14. orionpacks85

    orionpacks85 autobot85

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    I want these. I don't care if I have to assemble them. Just don't want to pain them. How can we order these in America?
     
  15. DeathStorm

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    As awesome as these are, I have to reflect the sentiments that the prices are just too steep.

    Anyone know the size of these? Are they like MP size, a larger G1 (since their G1 sizes are small to begin with), or perhaps still minibot size?
     
  16. prowl007

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    These are really Nice I must insist.
     
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    really nice
     
  18. Joe Moore

    Joe Moore Is Not Jim... Administrator

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    The Powerglide is damn nice. About $60 more than I would be willing to shell out, but cool looking none-the-less.
     
  19. Death333

    Death333 Otherwise known as Dx3

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    That's highly debatable. Each of these toys are developed under different premises. Classics is a "what if they came out now" scenario and these garage kits are meant to be G1 faithful/good action figures.

    This guy has had these toys under development for nearly two years.
     
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    The Wheelie is slightly larger than G1 Wheelie and slightly smaller than G1 Kup, going by the images. I'd say he's roughly small-deluxe. Scale's not shown for Powerglide.

    These are quite cool, tho expensive. I've never heard of them before. Kits don't bother me, I have Gundams and have built models most of my life. Are they in color or do they have to be painted?
     

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