A few months ago, when I found out the G1 Optimus Prime figure was 1:48 I decided since the Minibot Powerglide Transforms into an A-10 Warthog (which happens to be one of my favorite Jet-powered Aircraft even IF it can't reach Supersonic Speeds like the F-15) and I happen to have a 1:48 Scale A-10 Warthog Kit awaiting paint and assembly, I'd make a Powerglide out of my Warthog. This Kit is the 1:48 Scale A-10 Thunderbolt II from Revell-Monogram. This particular iteration of the kit (Printed in Dark Green Plastic) is out of Production, but you can usually find its successor (whose instructions I am using as an assembly/Coloration Reference for parts that aren't on the outside of the Warthog) anywhere they sell Aircraft model Kits. As you can see, the Massive Jet engines of the Warthog have been painstakingly painted A bright, Glossy Red, the windscreen Frame (which I had painted Medium Green in preparation for this Kit's Original Color Scheme) has been Repainted to match the soon-to-be Bright Red Fuselage, One of the Wing tip lights has been painted, The front Landing Gear Bay has been painted and assembled, The Cockpit "Bathtub" has been assembled and Painted, The Flame Holders for the Engines have been painted, and I've started painting the Ladder (Just need to give it a few more coats of Yellow on the rungs before I paint the stem in Gunmetal) This second shot just shows my 25th Anniversary Reissue Optimus Prime laying among the parts for scale (Since both He and this Kit are 1:48 scale) I'm not going to make this thing transform, I have neither the Know-how to engineer such a thing, nor the Styrene to construct Powerglide's Robot parts. Those Red splotches that seem to be on the rear windscreen are just paint splotches on my work surface. I was un-goopifying my new paints and I must have set the piece of Sprue I was using to stir the red paint right where that windscreen ended up.