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I-Gear WIP Volkwagen Beetle Bumblebee and Cliffjumper In Colors
bwbm - Monday, January 17, 2011


I-Gear has posted some images on their Facebook page to update us on their current work in progress, the scout-sized classic Volkswagen Beetle. We first learned about this new custom earlier this month. The images show off the yellow Bumblebee version as well as the red Cliffjumper version in both vehicle and robot mode. Take a look at the images in the gallery.



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AnimatedPlastic
2011-01-19
11:30 pm

I hope this has no reflection on the MP Cone Heads that I want to get from them...... 
formerly nortagem
2011-01-19
9:12 pm

Cute and Classic. 
KFGatri
2011-01-19
6:51 pm

That's because they bootlegs. No new engineering, no improvements, just changing the vehicle parts to look like a Beetle. 
MikePrime
2011-01-19
6:18 pm

These pieces of crap are up for pre-order. $18.00 each or $30 for the pair. (link) 
darthfather2005
2011-01-19
4:15 am

I hope this is not the final product. These look like bootleg toys jeeze... 
KFGatri
2011-01-18
9:25 pm

It looks like the same figure to me, apart from making him more Beetle-like. It looks like it transforms exactly like the official Legends class. Remold may not be the right term, but this is obviously based on the Hasbro mold. If they hand made some functional change, I'd be tempted, but as is... read more 
Smooth Tracks
2011-01-18
9:06 pm

That robot mode is disappointing. I'll pass on this. What happened to the other mold that was a modern VW Beetle? Is this that same mold, but they decided to make it the classic Beetle instead? 
megatron103
2011-01-18
3:55 pm

1st This looks like crap pointblank no sugar coating. 2nd we've had to deal with hastak's cop out on using the same mold for cliff jumper for years 3p should do better 3rd this looks like crap gosh 
RUMBLEBEE
2011-01-18
7:04 am

Novel but ... meh. 
Scott Lochmoeller
2011-01-18
4:38 am

If only they could have come up with better looking and more articulated arms, I would have gotten it. But the field is still open. Someone out there do a new deluxe size Bumblebee/Cliffjumper that transforms into an old style beetle and I'd love to get it. 
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