Hi, quick question here (hopefully someone can help me out, it's probably just me being thick...) According to the Wiki, the Japanese versions of G1 Powerglide, Beachcomber, Seaspray, Ramjet and Thrust were released in 1985, the debut year of Transformers toys in Japan. Link: Fight! Super Robot Lifeform Transformers (toyline) - Transformers Wiki However, photos of the boxes show that those toys have the ID numbers C-62, C-63, C-64, D-65 and D-57 respectively (C for Cybertron and D for Destron). From what I've been able to gather, Japanese Transformers didn't start getting the C and D prefixes until the second year of releases (i.e. 1986). So what gives? Is the Wiki wrong and these figures ought to be in the 1986 section, or is the Wiki correct and (for some weird reason) they just happened to have 1986 numbering despite being released in 1985? I know that some figures were re-released in the second year and changed to the new numbering system (like how Bumble went from 11 to C-56, and Frenzy went from 18 to D-58, but I can't see any evidence of the likes of Beachcomber or Thrust ever having old-style 1985 ID numbers without the prefix. A copy of the 1985 Japanese toy catalogue (Mostly Transformers Redux: 1985 Japanese Transformers Catalog) has been posted online and tellingly Powerglide and chums are nowhere to be seen. Can anyone clear up the confusion? Thanks in advance!