NASCAR Kyle Busch #18 Transformers 2: Revenge of the Fallen Collectible
Primus - Thursday, January 22, 2009
Online toy store BuddysToys.com has posted product listings for a new and unique Transformers Revenge of the Fallen product. A 1:24 scale replica of NASCAR driver Kyle Busch's car that will reveal a new exclusive Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen theme just for the Toyota/Save Mart 350 event June 21, 2009 at Infineon Raceway in Sonoma, California.
As reported before, this promotion is an extension of the M&M promotion for the Transformers: Revenge of the fallen movie that has been timed to debut withe the movie release on June 26, 2009.
They good news is you can get a piece of the action with your very own Kyle Busch #18 Transformers 2: Revenge of the Fallen / M&M's 2009 Firebird commemorative 1:24 scale die-cast edition of the car bieng offered for sale. BuddysToys is offering the MSRP 74.95 items in March 2009 for just $61.95 USD. Here's the details from the pre-order page:
Details: This is the Transformers 2: Revenge of the Fallen diecast that Kyle Busch will drive this year at Infineon Speedway June 21st for the Toyota/Save Mart 350.. Get this #18 M&M's Brand Diecast Now while quantities Last. Officially licensed Nascar collectible.
Features: Action Diecast. This officially licensed Action Platinum Series 1:24 scale Nascar diecast collectible includes over 100 total parts, Limited edition, Die-cast body and chassis, Accurate header contour and simulated exhaust openings, Manufacturer specific engine detail, Opening hood and trunk with detailed compartment, Designed with tampo-printed graphics and high-quality paint, Detailed interior and suspension, Scale car will also contain a DIN, visible through the back window, for registration, Approximately 8.5 inches long.
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I wasn't into it till I noticed the Prime on the hood. Ordered me one.
I can't stand Kyle Busch, but that car looks pretty awesome. I'll probably get one, but there's no way I'm preordering one.
:nooo MACE WINDU'd :nooo
Although I'm not a racing fan at all...I always kinda thought it would be neat to see a Nascar Transformer. Too bad this one's just a die cast. They could do a Crossovers line...all the 'bot's would have creepy human-like heads in the robotic likeness of the driver! Good God, Has... read more
I widh it had an alt so I could read a bunch of "it's unfair" fanboy angst. Ah memories of that GM Aveo exclusive...
my GF would kill me if I brought that home lol.... She's a Dale Jr. fan...
Ok now Hasbro needs to make one of those as a transformer.
i'm not a nascar fan but that thing looks great, they designed that very well.
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