From specific manufacturers: Powerglide - Badcube, same style as their Warpath, Voyager class Quake, targetmaster - Maketoys Remaster style, Leader class Dreadwind and Darkwing - already teased by Maketoys, possibly Ultra class Masterpiece real car size/style: G1 Based: Stunticons - Ferrari 308 GTB, Porsche 928, Tyrell P34, Countach Stepper - Porsche 935, targetmaster Cliffjumper - Porsche 924 Windcharger - Pontiac Firebird 3rd Gen Nightbeat - Porsche 959, headmaster Getaway - modified Mazda RX-7, powermaster Runamuck - Pontiac Firebird 3rd Gen Runabout - Lotus Esprit Freeway - Corvette Chase - Ferrari Testarossa the Omnibots - Mazda RX-7, Toyota Celica XX, Ferrari 512 the G2 Laser Rods - Ford Hot Rods early IDW based: Sideswipe - Lamborghini Diablo Sunstreaker - Lamborghini Diablo, headmaster Hot Rod - Dodge Viper Hot Rod - Pagani Zonda (later) Runabout - Chevy Camaro 4th gen Runamuck - Chevy Camaro 4th gen Nightbeat - Porsche 911 Cliffjumper - Mini Cooper (Toyworld came close to releasing one) Prowl - Nissan 350Z Streetwise - Nissan 350Z Drift - Nissan Silvia S15 (GCreation may be doing this one) And out in left field, Gobots based: Crasher - Porsche 956 Puzzler - Corvette, Toyota Celica XX, Porsche 930T, Countach, Mercedes 300SL, Nissan 300ZX Nice car ideas. I brought up Skullgrin and the other monster pretenders in DNA Bludgeon's style in his thread. There was some interest. Even Longtooth could work. IDW used the pretender shell faces for the Decepticons themselves in the IDW Stormbringer story. I was thinking about the G1 Megatron that turns into a tank, they could repaint it as G2 Megatron. But for people looking for a MP G2 Megatron, that may not be enough. As the transformation and robot mode would be too different. Punch/Counterpunch would be interesting to see done, bonus points as the original Pontiac Fiero. There was one company showing a prototype of one, though it didn't seem that good to begin with. They did make that smaller Death's Head already. How hard would it be to upscale it?