Discussion in 'Transformers General Discussion' started by dirtmodeler, Sep 8, 2017.
Diaclone. And it was early 80s..lol
Found G1 Silverbolt. Fear of heights didn't stop the leader from flying... 1974 Concorde 02 (F-WTSA).
like 1981 or 1982? no confirmed record of a Transformers figure from the 70's?
I believe 1981 was Diaclone's first debut. As for 70s pre TFs ..Im not too sure on that one. Oops
Beachcomber. 1974 Volksvagen dune buggy alt mode.
I think a 74' Transformers universe would be dope.
Think "You've got the Touch" re-imagined by Issac Hayes..
Spike in bell bottoms.
Instead of the 'cyberton' background sounds, more of a disco soundtrack in the background.
This thread is awesome....and Windcharger
There were a ton of old science kits for kids in the 70s with microscopes that are pretty ordinary, but the M8 by Wild Heerbrugg is a very 70s design stereo microscope that I think would work well.
The 1974 date as seen on a few figures such as Blaster and Soundwave refers to the year that Takara launched the Microman line, which pre-TF figures eventually became a part of years later. These figures usually have (2) years on them. The first year (in this case, 1974) refers to the year that the overall line was launched. The second year (in Blaster's instance, 1984) refers to the year that the figure was made/released/copyrighted/patented, etc...
If any toy line can claim 1974 as their starting point it is Micronauts.
With holomatter Wilcox and Estrada!
1974 Camshaft... the RX7 didn't come until 75! so he'd have to be an RX4.
and the last Omnibot.. Overdrive.
That's a thing of beauty. RiD01 or G2 colors?
Grapple. Oh yeahhh.
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