Transformy pr0n

And now, for a barrage of Transformer pr0n. No, not tranny pr0n, thank goodness.

This is the closest I’ll ever get to a car blog. The Toyota Supra actually lights up!

No, this is not a Transformer Alternator – in fact, it is a knock-off.

Roadbot transforms like Transformers Alternator Tracks, but without the horribly tight leg pegs. The rear booster bit is now detachable, making transforming a lot easier.

Another innovation would be how the lights from the engine can then be reused on the weapon, to light up the side boosters!

He doesn’t have a bonnet that splits in the middle; instead, they made him a shield. So much cleverer.

And now, for a real Transformer Alternator – Optimus Prime, a Dodge Ram pickup truck.

Blue, red and badass. (Okay, just imagine that his rifle is a sawed-off shotgun instead.)

And here he is, with Sideswipe the Dodge Viper and Windcharger the Honda S2000.

Bluestreak the rally Subaru Impreza, with Tracks (that clunky Chevy Corvette) and Skids the majorly pimpin’ Toyota Scion xB.

Juveniles versus the authority: From left, Grimlock the Ford Mustang GT, Meister the Mazda RX-8, Prowl the American Acura RSX (Honda Integra for the rest of the world) and Hound the Jeep Wrangler.

Here, Optimus is pictured in scale to Skids (left), Hound (right) and Grimlock (in front).

The Dodge SRT-10 family.

The Honda family.

Autobots, roll out.

And now, Roadbot makes a guest appearance. Yep, he’s a clunker at 1:18 scale (the Alternators are 1:24 only.)

I intentionally omitted Transformers Alternator Silverstreak in favor of Transformers Binaltech Smokescreen for the photoshoot.

But that’s not all! I only bought one Transformers Cybertron figure and one Transformers Galaxy Force figure because I was collecting motorcycles, but I broke that by getting this major pimpin’ muscle car.

Pimp my ride.

Left: Transformers Cybertron Downshift. Right: Transformers Energon Powerlink Downshift.

Yes, he does look quite like Wheeljack of yore.

He’s smaller, but he’s finally got leg articulation (the older Downshift on the right couldn’t bend at the waist!)

Okay, that’s it. Really.

13 thoughts on “Transformy pr0n

  1. tina Post author

    old school man… hehehe.
    my ex has an optimus prime.. still in the box. but i think he might have taken it out once… dont think any guy can resist the temptation to transform a transformer…

  2. YK Post author

    tat muscle car looks awesome, classic wheeljack head mold. Hey, its time to get the alternator wheeljack 😛

  3. Albert Ng Post author

    MENJ: I have the Transformers Energon Grimlock & Swoop as well which transform into dinosaurs but that was a crappy remold. All these toys are new, much more articulate reinterpretations after 2003. 😛

    Tina: Must take out wannn.

    George: 1 Utama’s Toy City has it for RM120 I think. I got mine at Toy City Jalan Bukit Bintang though.

    Syefri: There’s also a 4WD Cruiser. Can’t remember exactly what model.

  4. crash Post author

    ahhh, you’ve been to toycity…that’s where you got you’re Supra.

    anyway, you can do a whole lot of kitbash with those fellas from toycity

  5. eyeris Post author

    Itu Sideswipe macam transform salah lar woi. haha.

    I’ll wait for Takara to come up with the Binaltech Dodge Ram truck. Don’t wanna buy shoddy HAsbro stuff. haha.

    Oh, and that first knock off looks like Overdrive/Windcharger mould.

  6. Albert Ng Post author

    I prefer the Sideswipe mod. 😀

    I don’t fancy my BT07… too heavy and clunky, and is harder to align than Smokescreen. The first knock-off is a Tracks transformation.

  7. cryotec Post author

    hey al, really enjoyed your TF bloggin here. ya should contribute to the reviews section in TransMY if you had spare time man.



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