who are these guys???

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  1. ersico

    ersico Well-Known Member

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    any help on ID-ing and general opinions on them would be greatly appreciated...a co-worker gave them to me today :) 
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    Pic would help ;) 
     
  3. ersico

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    heres pics, im so used to hitting tab..enter automatically after typing :) 
     
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    Windcharger, Huffer, Gears, and Brawn if i am not mistaken. G1.
     
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    ORIO Plant-Based Bot Super Mod News Staff

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    Windcharger, Huffer, Gears and Brawn
     
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    Digilaut I'm Mary Poppins, y'all!

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    Yup..all right. Sweet!

    G1 figures look a bit funny nowadays but they're still great in any collection!
     
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    Windcharger, Huffer, Gears, and Brawn. They were all small Transformers that were featured in the G1 cartoon. That makes them somewhat more popular than your average transformer.
     
  8. Grimlock_13

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    Haha no worries man :) 

    Already got the answers, they do appear to be authentic G1 toys. Brawn and Windcharager definitely are not the keychain versions.
     
  9. ersico

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    Wow!!!!! That was lightning fast. Thanks so much. I already had one similiar to the blue one, but mine was brownish and white. These little guys are too cute! I mean badasss! In a mini-kind of way.
     
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    The white/ dark red one you had was probably Swerve, a repaint/ remold of Gears that came out in '86.
     
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    Windcharger and Huffer are pre-rub, nice! :) 
     
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    ersico Well-Known Member

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    thanks for the link, i actually had that in my favs.....new computer, lost all my links... :) 
     

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