BotCon 2010 - Decepticon Motormaster Interview

As you saw in our posts earlier today, the Decepticon Motormaster has made its journey here to Orlando, Florida for BotCon 2010. The 1986 Kenworth K100E was bought from the dead at a junkyard. Through 11 months of hard work, the guys over at Worldwide Equipment rebuilt the truck from scratch.

Travis Lyon, the brains behind the mission, told us that he had a vision and told the guys over at Worldwide Equipment what exactly he wanted.

The final look?

A roaring truck (we heard it in the meeting room while the truck is parked outside) that has only 5,000 miles on its odometer and has been certified a brand-new truck.

Mr. Lyon is obviously a man who is very proud of his vision, as well he should be. Motormaster is an absolute wonder and has brought tears of joy to various Transformers fans across the country.

If you hear about this truck near you, please stop by and say hi to the guys being

For images of the vehicle, check them out here.

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