What SCALE would Deluxe class be considerd?

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  1. TheLastPrime

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    What Scale would the deluxe figure be considerd? Im taking about like all the figures that come in the bubble packages in the stores, tuner mudflap, nest alliance bumblebee?
     
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    None of them are to scale with each other, so this is a question that can never be answered. You've got bikes (Arcee, Chromia) that are deluxe. Along with Boncrusher from the first movie. And with Bumblebee, you've got three size scales alone within the deluxe class.
     
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    I think he meant just the cars, because most deluxe cars are to scale with each other (at least they seem that way to me).
     
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    They aren't built to any scale and it drive me nuts when people try to force scale upon them.
     
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    Around but not exactly 1/32 scale. My Jolt and Sideways look similar in size to some of the Scalextric slot-cars.
     
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    Transformers figures are not built to scale, not even within their own size class. Get over it.
     
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    Mactron's 1/32 is probably as good a number to use as any.

    Even the cars aren't consistently in scale with each other. Movie Jazz is as big as concept camero, and actually bigger than the 70's camero (which probably should dwarf most modern cars because they just made bigger cars back then). The list of examples is endless.
     
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    Ummm Im over it? Im just asking for custom reasons what scale the Cars would be........I know they dont fallow scale but the cars seem to be pretty close
     
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    YES......Sheesh thank you lol, and I think I got my answer 1/32
     
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    I can't guarantee their 1/32, but if you've got a hobby shop in your area that has a good selection of big slot-cars, have a look. Take your TF figure with you, and compare. While slot cars maybe expensive, they could be great for re-shelling TF figures. I've thought about that my self, but like I said, those 1/32 scale slot cars aint cheap.
     
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    Thank You Sir!......ill go look and then if the size is right buy a $10 one off ebay
     
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    They're smaller than 1/32, on average. Drift is up there, but he's still smaller than Alternity Convoy, whose GT-R mode Drift's vehicle mode shape loosely follows.

    Cars probably average around 1/34-1/36.

    But then you have things like Deluxe Ironhide, probably closer to 1/50 or something, or jets at say 1/100-ish.
     
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    I'd still look at those slot-cars. Some of them are near 1/32 while others aren't. You might not get the car shell you want in the exact size. They do vary.
     
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    Does anybody Know how 2007 Moive Jazz compares to say ROTF deluxe Bumblebee? or nest alliance bumblebee?
     
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    The cars generally stick close to 1/32 to 1/35 scale. It's tough, but you can find plastic model kits in those scales. A good number of Die Cast cars in that scale too (check out Fast Lane cars).
     
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    Movie deluxe 2007 Jazz is too big in scale compared to deluxe Bumblebee. Not sure about the exact scale but he should be smaller.
     
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    there is no scale. all cars,animals,construction,jets,tanks are all deluxe sized figures
     

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