I have a question for all of you and if this question has been asked before feel free to merge or edit the thread. Basically, the most popular character in the Transformers Movie as we know is Bumblebee. According to the official packaging, there are 2 versions of the alternate mode. The first model is called a called "Classic Camaro mode" and the second model is called "Concept Camaro mode." However, very few people use these terms when referring to the toy if ever. They always attach a year like '73 to '78 when referring to the Classic Camaro and 2008 or 2009 when referring to the Concept Camaro. Whether or not the year is correct is irrelevant to my question because they are all wrong anyways (that discussion could be saved for another topic). The question I have for members of this website is why do people not use the official names of the vehicle mode for Bumblebee despite the fact that the name is printed on the box and no particular year is labled? My question is why do people add a year to the name when referring the toy and do they pay attention to the name mentioned on the factory packaging? If you always refer to the name of of the toy in terms of the year, why do you do that? Did you know already about the official names and just decided not to use it for some reason? Or did you ever realize the official name of the mode before reading my post? I am not here to attack people of demean them in any way. We can all tell the difference in the toy people are referring to whether they use the '70s or 2000's moniker. This topic just about why poeple use those monikers instead of the official version.