Minor/Repaint: Customization and Refinishing Bumblebee HFTD Battle Blades

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  1. ucolmenares

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    Customizacion y Repintado de Bumblebee Battle Blades HFTD:
    -Colores Metalizados: Plata, cobre, dorado y oro.
    -Piezas de metal en el cañon (mayor tamaño) y efecto de disparo de plasma.
    -Todo el interior de la figura que componen el auto (capo, puertas y techo) fue pintado como la tapicera original del camaro 2011 (lo que vi en fotos) en colores negro y gris.
    - Aspectos de daños visto en la pelicula.
    - Pintado al mas mínimo detalle, se puede ver en la cara, logos y la mascara retráctil.
    - Se le coloco placa frontal y trazera con la numeracion original vista en Transformers 2 (no lo traia).
    - Logo de autobots en la cabeza (no lo traia).
    - Y lo mas importante claviculas en el cuello articuladas, que ninguna figura de Bumblebee las tiene gran error por Hasbro y Takara.



    Customization and Refinishing Bumblebee HFTD Battle Blades:
    -Metallic Colors: Silver, copper, gold and old gold.
    -Pieces of metal in the barrel (larger) and the effect of plasma shot.
    -The entire interior of the figure up the car (bonnet, doors and roof) was painted as the original upholstery camaro 2011 (what I saw in pictures) in black and gray colors.
    - Aspects of damage seen in the movie.
    - Painted in more detail, you can see on the face, logos and retractable mascara.
    - You will be placed TAILLIGHT faceplate and the original numbering view Transformers 2 (not what was bringing).
    - Autobots logo head (not was bringing).
    - And most importantly clavicles in the articulated neck that no form of the Bumblebee has big mistake by Hasbro and Takara.
     

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  2. Quirino

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    Great work with the figure. The side posing pictures are very nice. And I think is the first time I see a bilingual description around here.