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Old 2007-03-24, 01:05 AM   #21
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Oddly, Hook is listed in the bios as the highest ranking member, but none of the Constructicons were listed as 'leader'. That's kind cool about that team, really. Best team the cons ever had.

Grimlock was 'Dinobot Commander' in nearly all his incarnations. As an Action Master, he was 'Lieutenant Commander'.
 
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Old 2007-03-24, 09:53 AM   #22
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To do something like that properly you'd have to carry it right on into G2 (weren't the Power Masters out in '94? Not to mention quibbling stuff like Archforce and Sureshot.
The Power Masters came out at the tail end of G2. Europe got them in G2 packaging; the US versions (which were only released in... New Zealand and Australia?) were missing the "Generation 2" moniker, which Hasbro was apparently intending to drop by that point. The unreleased ATB Megatron and the Laser Cycle Jazz and Soundwave toys are also missing the "Generation 2" title from their packaging.

As for what toys did and did not come out in the UK, I've been working on that already.
http://www.tfw2005.com/boards/showthread.php?t=116946
 

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Old 2007-03-24, 10:35 AM   #23
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Good work! Haven't read through that topic yet, but there's actually some very useful info in the UK comic - one Anthony Templeman (or something like that) was a Hasbro liason while Sheila Cranna was editor, and tended to pop in and plug new releases. I shall fire up the scanner later Incidentally, are Besters' Ye Olde advert scans still online? Because there's loads of 'em in Eagle (yeh, the one with the Robo Machines comic strip... good ol' whoring IPC).

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Oddly, Hook is listed in the bios as the highest ranking member, but none of the Constructicons were listed as 'leader'. That's kind cool about that team, really. Best team the cons ever had.
I always liked to think, what with Hook, Scrapper and Scavenger all being shown calling the shots in various places, they switched it around depending on what exactly they were doing.

LKW - I'll put that lot in when the cobwebs clear and I fire up DW... The descriptions aren't ideal in places, but I've tried to keep them fairly short and sharp so I don't end up waffling for six lines about my beloved Smokescreen, and then just describe someone I dislike (i.e. Sixshot) as a robot that can fold into six slightly deformed robots that are apparently meant to look like a gun, tank etc.

I really don't like Sixshot.
 
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Old 2007-03-24, 11:15 AM   #24
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I always liked to think, what with Hook, Scrapper and Scavenger all being shown calling the shots in various places, they switched it around depending on what exactly they were doing.
Mixmaster was their leader in Space Pirates.

I agree with the title - Denyer is greater than Toy Checklist.

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Old 2007-03-24, 12:23 PM   #25
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Almost on topic.
http://tfwiki.net/wiki/Generation_1_Europe_(toyline)#1989

I remember seeing Bludgeon in a Finnish shop. Of this I'm sure because I regretted not getting it for years.

Pincher I think was available as well, but can't be sure of that.
 
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Old 2007-03-24, 01:05 PM   #26
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Also keep in mind that all the evidence points towards the names "Jawbreaker" and "Sparkler Minibots" being anomalies from the Marvel UK comics, and the toys having retained their US names for the European market (except of course for Italy). Monzo cited a letter from a UK issue asking why the comics called the Seacon "Jawbreaker" when the toy was named "Overbite", and also a UK commercial (?) that featured the name "Sparkabots". So I'd say all this "named this and that in some markets" is outdated misinformation.

European name variants really didn't pick up until Transformers were discontinued in the US of A.
 

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Old 2007-03-24, 02:42 PM   #27
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Searchlight is an rs 200 not an escort or rs 2000


http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ford_RS200
 
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Old 2007-03-25, 05:33 PM   #28
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According to the unofficial transformers recognition guide vol 5
not sure how accurate it is


Big Shot = g6 203mm gun tank
Sunrunner = Grumman E2-C Hawkeye
Sidetrack = Roland 2 tank


Blackjack appears to be a Ford Probe
Detour = Indy Corvette
Hyperdrive= Mitsubishi Eclipsel
Roadhugger = Ferrari
 

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Old 2007-03-25, 05:42 PM   #29
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All updated 'cept Roadhugger - not sure what Ferrari looks like that OTTOMH, and I'm generally against general "brand" names without specific models.. Say if it was Honda, you wouldn't know if the figure turned into a bike or a car
 
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Old 2007-03-25, 06:52 PM   #30
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Thats fair enough thats all the info they had so guess they couldn't work out the specific model either

same source as before


Big Daddy = 57 Chevy Hot Rod

Trip Up is a Mustang hot Rod

Hydraulic = Ford Bronco monster truck

Stake Out = Ford Taurus

Motorhead= 80's model Corvette

Bombshock appears to be based on Abrahms M1 tank

Growl is a Military HMMWV
 

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Old 2007-03-25, 09:48 PM   #31
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Slicer was Euro-exclusive. Probably came with a Slicer machine or something, I expect.
Motorised vehicle. Took two AA batteries. the vehicle/battle suit had spike on it's wheels that folded out. Much better than the autobot counterpart with the maces on it's wheels.

Yes, I had both, no I don't have them anymore
 
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Old 2007-03-26, 08:17 AM   #32
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Motorised vehicle. Took two AA batteries. the vehicle/battle suit had spike on it's wheels that folded out. Much better than the autobot counterpart with the maces on it's wheels.

Yes, I had both, no I don't have them anymore
Got Slicer some time ago. I was positively surprised. 1991 catalogue had a good picture of those figures. Sadly the catalogue wasn't that accurate on many other figures.
http://tfarchive.com/toys/catalogues...991_cat_12.jpg
From the left; Circuit, Thundercracker, Rumbler, Slicer
 
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Old 2007-03-26, 02:53 PM   #33
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It also should be pointed out that the larger Micromaster and Action Master figures were listed as "Vehicle/Base with Micromaster/Action Master figure". But then, Cliffy is listing toys as characters, rather than as sets. I personally still prefer to list toys the way they were released, i.e. "Soundwave with Buzzsaw" rather than Soundwave by himself and Buzzsaw with the rest of the cassettes.
 

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Old 2007-04-09, 08:15 PM   #34
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First, the link from the reference list points to http://tfarchive.com/toys/references..._original.php, when the actual page is at original_american.php

Also, there's no way First Aid is a Previa, as the Previa was first released in 1990. He might be a Toyota Van.
 

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Old 2007-04-09, 08:57 PM   #35
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Yep, seems more likely I'm sure Teh Big D (I can call you that, yeh?) will red-ink ASAP
 
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Old 2007-04-09, 11:07 PM   #36
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Swindle is an FMC XR311

Also, you might want to add that Ratchet and Ironhide's altmode is a Nissan (or Datsun) Vanette.
 
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Old 2007-04-09, 11:29 PM   #37
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You should run the alt modes by Liquid Velcro from the Wiigii channel. He's pretty much the best in identifying them.

Swindle being an FMC XR311 is right. Some other stuffs:

Er, just dug up an old list I posted on TFW2005 a while back.

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Forget all those lists floating around the web. Most of them are outdated, incomplete and oftentimes even incorrect.

Autobot Minicars:

The MicroChange versions of Bumblebee, Cliffjumper and "Bumper" were supposed to be toy cars, specifically the super-deformed "Choro-Q" penny racers manufactured by Takara. The Transformers versions tried to pass off their vehicle modes as the actual real-life cars the toy cars were based on. In particular, those were:

Bumblebee: Volkswagen Beetle (that's the official name - "Volkswagon" is a misspelling, and "bug" is an old nickname). The MicroChange version is called "Volksbug". which is probably supposed to be a pun on "Volkswagen" and "bug".
Clifjumper: Porsche 924 Turbo.
"Bumper" (aka "Bumblejumper"): Mazda Familia 1500 XG (aka Mazda 323).

The other 1984 "Minicars" were not super-deformed, but not particularly realistic either. In fact, only Windcharger was actually based on an existing car (a Pontiac Trans Am).

Brawn is often incorrectly identified as a "Land Rover Defender". The thing is, the Defender model didn't exist until 1990. Basically, Brawn is a Landrover-ish vehicle with a Jeep grille, but even then, the headlights are in the wrong position for a Jeep. And yet, the MicroChange version is called "Jeep". Gears and Huffer don't bear any resemblance to any particular model as far as I know. The MicroChange versions are simply called "4WD Off-Road" and "American Truck", respectively.

The 1986 remolds (Hubcap, Tailgate, Outback, Swerve and Pipes) are a mixed bag. The mold changes for Outback (Brawn remold), Swerve (Gears remold) and Pipes (Huffer remold) mostly affect the robot modes, and since the vehicles modes aren't directly based on any particular cars to begin with, that doesn't matter much. Hubcap has a smaller spoiler than Cliffjumper, which actually makes him closer (!) to a real-life Porsche 924 Turbo. Tailgate, on the other hand, has different hood details than Windcharger, which diverts from the look of a real Trans Am even more.

Autobot Cars:

Ironhide and Ratchet were both based on a Nissan Onebox Cherry Vanette (aka "Datsun Vanette"). It's not certain whether the Onebox was ever actually used as an ambulance. Would make for a rather small ambulance, though.

Trailbreaker and Hoist were based on a Toyota Hilux (sometimes also spelled "Hi-Lux"). Again, it's not certain whether the Hilux was ever really used as a tow truck.

Skids was based on a Honda City Turbo. The original Diaclone version was based on a Honda City R. There were two Diaclone variants with different head sculpts and minor differences in their vehicle modes (both versions came in several color variations). The Honda City R version of the mold was later used for the e-Hobby exclusive Crosscut, whereas the Honda City Turbo version became Skids.

Bluestreak was based on a Nissan 280ZX Turbo (aka "Datsun 280ZX", aka "Fairlady Z"). The mis-matched color schemes found on the Diaclone versions actually exist in real life.

Prowl is a police cruiser version of the 280ZX. I found evidence for a 240Z being used as a police car in Japan, but nothing about a 280ZX except for a Matchbox model (!).

Smokescreen was based on the 280ZX racing car from the Electramotive team, driven by Don Devendorf. The real car's number "83" was changed into a "38" for the toy.

Inferno and Grapple were basically Mitsubishi Fuso flatbed trucks with special fire truck or crane truck add-ons. Early runs of the Diaclone versions even had Mitsubishi and "FUSO" logos on their truck fronts. I've seen photos of a Fuso being used as a crane truck, but the crane section didn't look exactly like the one used for Grapple. No idea about a Fuso fire truck.

Hound was based on a Mitsubishi J59 Army Jeep (Mitsubishi was producing Jeeps under license from Willys for the Japanese market at one time).

Jazz was based on a Porsche 935 from the Martini racing team. The "Martini" logos on the doors were changed into "Martinii" for the Diaclone and Transformers toys (and into "Agent Meister" for the reissues).

Mirage was based on a Ligier JS11 F1 racer. The red Diaclone variant (available exclusively as part of the the Powered Convoy giftset) was Takara's idea - the real car only existed in blue (although model cars were available in various colors, including red). The "Gitanes" sponsor decals (Gitanes is a French cigarrette brand) was changed into "Citanes" fot the Diaclone and Transformers toys (whereas the Italian "Trasformer" version by GiG had "Ligier" decals).

The Diaclone version of Sideswipe was identified as a Lamborghini Countach LP500S on the packaging. However, Lamborghini experts claim that the toy itself is actually a mix between an LP400, an LP400S and the original Countach prototype (aka the LP5000), but certainly not an LP500S.

Red Alert is a fire chief car variant of whatever Sideswipe is based on. I've never heard of European sports cars being used as fire chief cars, though. The Diaclone version which the Red Alert version of the mold was based on was originally supposed to be a police car (that deco got later released as an e-Hobby exclusive toy named "Clamp Down"). The only police Countachs I've ever seen photos of were from the Netherlands and the USA, in both cases most probably used as promotional vehicles first and foremost.

Similar to Sideswipe, Sunstreaker's Diaclone version is claimed to be a "Super Tuning" version of a Lamborghini Countach LP500S. Again, Takara's designers took a lot of liberties in terms of realism here, especially with the "super tuning" parts. The exposed rear engine is supposedly based on an older Takara toy called the "Cosmo-Countach" (a "super tuned" Countach that can transform into a half-robot, half-car thing). Some people claim that a tuned Countach with an exposed rear engine actually existed, which Takara's designers might have taken as an inspiration for both the Cosmo-Countach and Sunstreaker, but thus far, the only thing I've seen that comes even close is a replica Countach (called the "Lambocar") that was built long after the Sunstreaker toy had already come out. There was also a police variant of Diaclone Sunstreaker. Needless to say, there shouldn't be any basis in real life for that. It should be noted that Sunstreaker, the first toy released in the Diaclone Car Robo line, was the most unrealistic vehicle mode - probably the reason why Takara later released the Sideswipe mold as the "New Countach".

Wheeljack was based on a Lancia Stratos Turbo racing car. The real-life Stratos existed in two decos - with "Alitalia" and with "Marlboro" sponsor decals. Takara released both decos (with different head sculpts) but changed the sponsor decals to "Alitalla" and "Marlboor". The "Alitalla" version was released as the Transformer Wheeljack.

Tracks was based on a Chevrolet Corvette Stingray - the C3 model, to be precise (Alternators Tracks was a C5 Corvette Z06; the current model is the C6). The flame deco on the hood was not part of the standard design.

Optimus Prime was based on a Freightliner Cabover truck. Takara probably took some liberties with the design of the trailer. The car carrier trailer for Ultra Magnus, meanwhile, is purely the product of the Takara designers' imagination.

Decepticons:

Starscream, Thundercracker and Skywarp were based on a McDonnell Douglas F-15 Eagle. None of the color schemes was overtly realistic. I believe the wings used for Ramjet, Thrust and Dirge were purely the product of the Takara designers' imagination.

The MicroChange versions of Ravage, Laserbeak/Buzzsaw and Rumble/Frenzy were supposed to be mini-cassettes (hence the "MC60" decals). The Transformers versions tried to pass them off as standard music cassettes. Likewise, Soundwave (called "Cassette Man" in the MicroChange version) was supposed to be a mini-cassette player. I can't tell for sure whether he was based on an existing model. I believe the MicroChange version of Blaster was based on a toy boombox (just like the Minicars were supposed to be toy cars).

Megatron was supposed to be a toy representation ("life-sized kid-sized" rather than "life-sized adult-sized") of a Walther P38. There were several variations of the mold in the MicroChange line. The one with the scope, stock and silencer that ended up as Megatron was based on a modified version used in the TV show "The Man from U.N.C.L.E."

Omnibots:

Overdrive was based on a Ferrari 512 BB (Berlinetta Boxer).
Camshaft was based on a Mazda Savanna RX-7 (occasionally also spelled "Savannah").
Downshift was based on a Toyota Celica XX Supra.

Constructicons:

Hook was based on a Unic K-200B.
Long Haul was based on a Hitachi DH321.
Mixmaster might be based on a Nissan Diesel truck.

Triple Changers:

Blitzwing's jet mode was based on a Mikojan-Gurewitsch MiG-25 (aka "Foxbat"). The tank is usually identified as a Mitsubishi Type 74 MBT (main battle tank), but I can't vouch for that.
Astrotrain was based on a Rockwell Space Shuttle orbiter and a D51 steam locomotive.
Octane's jet mode was loosely based on a Boeing 757 or 767. No idea about the tanker truck mode.

Stunticons:

Dead End was based on a Porsche 928S.
Breakdown was based on a Lamborghini Countach just like Sideswipe, although the creamy white most probably didn't exist as a production color.
Wildrider was based on a Ferrari 308 GTB Quattrovalvole.
Drap Strip was based on a Tyrrell P34 Six-Wheeler, with the yellow color again being Hasbro's idea (the real car was blue).
Motormaster was based on a Kenworth K100 Aerodyne truck.

Combaticons:

Brawl was based on a Leopard 1 MBT (main battle tank).
Blast Off was based on a Rockwell Space Shuttle orbiter, with a lot of liberties taken on the Takara designers' behalf.
Swindle was based on an FMC XR311.
Vortex was based on a Kaman Aerospace SH-2G Super Seasprite helicopter.

It should be noted that both the cartoon and the Marvel comics depicted all the Combaticons' alternate modes as totally different vehicles than what the toys were supposed to represent. Swindle was even drawn as a Jeep!

Protectobots:

Streetwise was based on a Nissan 300ZX Turbo. Again, I'm not sure if the 300ZX was actually used as a police car (I could only find pics of model cars).
Groove was based on a Honda Goldwing GL1200I (Interstate) motorcycle. Apparently the Goldwing was actually used as a police motorcycle.
Blades was based on a UH-1V Iroquois (Huey) helicopter, which is the US Army's medical evacuation conversion of the UH-1H.
First Aid might be roughly based on a Toyota Van, which I don't think was actually used as an ambulance in real life.

Aerialbots:

Air Raid was based on a McDonnell Douglas F-15 Eagle, just like Starscream, Thundercracker and Skywarp.
Skydive was based on an General Dynamics F-16 Fighting Falcon (aka "Viper").
Fireflight was based on a McDonnell F-4 Phantom II (later McDonnell Douglas).
Slingshot was based on a McDonnell Douglas AV-8B Harrier II. Ignore those blocky things on the rear end of the wing tips. Those are supposed to be the wheels (!) and should be more to the center of the wings.
Silverbolt was based on an Aerospatiale/BAC Concorde SST (Supersonic Transport).

 

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Old 2007-04-27, 11:39 PM   #38
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This must've slipped me by on first posting... cheers for that, mucho editing tomorrow methinks. The Brawn one's interesting to know - not being much into my 4x4s, I'd always just assumed there'd been an earlier Defender. For the Countaches, Ive now opted for simply "Lamborghini Countach". I read either on Wikipedia or the TF Wikia that a couple were actually used as fire auxilliaries in Japan. Not sure I believe that (I can believe high-performance cars were used in this facility, but something like a 911 would be much cheaper and close on performance), but I'll try and dig out where exactly I read that.

I've always thought the wing panels for Dirge and Ramjet were inspired by the famous Saab interceptors - the Viggen and Drakken respectively. Of course, allied to an F-15 fuselage the likeness is negligible...

For my own purposes (heh heh heh) would anyone agree that Hook seems to use the same alt mode as Crain Brain - http://counter-x.net/gobots/collecti...ain_brain.html - it's amazing just how many vehicles were done in both lines, TBH.

Oh, and for Cliffy's Obligatory F1 Nerd Nitpicking, the P34 did also run in blue and white

Slingshot's stumpy nose has always swayed me towards him being a Hawker Siddeley-era Harrier myself... it's so difficult to tell, what with the combiner limbs being so lousy, but it's about the only bit that really differentiates externally on Harriers... The AV-8 had the pointier nose found on the earliest Harriers (cf. Royal-T) and the Sea Harriers, IIRC.

A few other bits: -

This, to me, is First Aid: -



Toyota Hiace

And for Groove... well, when I was updating, this hit me: -

http://counter-x.net/gobots/collecti...ht_ranger.html

Now, allowing for the fact Night Ranger's much better designed that Groove (which really says just how bad the Protectobots are, as Night Ranger's horrid) and clearly based on a Harley (it's listed on the Machine Robo packaging), I'd say it's safe to say they're modelled on the same thing.

And you all completely failed to notice me entirely forgetting about the Duocons and Monsterbots. Shame on you all. Especially you, Brend.

Updated version at my site for grabbing whenever.
 
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Old 2007-04-28, 11:06 AM   #39
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[BWas it just me, though, or did a whole bunch of Minibots (Bumblebee, Hubcap, Seaspray, Beachcomber, maybe more) get a full, proper re-release in the UK in around 91/92? OTTOMH on original cards, but I remember getting the first three in Woolies, and lots of people in school doing the same... would Woolies have been buying in five year old American stock?[/B]
TJ Hughs in my town suddenly got a whole load of Autobot Brother in stock a similar length of time after RID ended, whilst not long after I started at Tesco they had a whole heap of European packaging Beast machine toys in the sale section- I'd assume they just found a load of stock in a warehouse somewhere which might have happned as well in your case. Were they at reduced prices?
 
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Updated version at my site for grabbing whenever.
Um, does this mean I should wait a bit and there's more to go in?

Will get the updated Gobots list whilst at it, if that's alright.
 
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