Daily Prime - Choro-Q Convoy BotCon Japan 2000 Exclusives

Transformers BotCon has been the premier Transformers fan convention since it began at Fort Wayne, Indiana in 1994. The multiday events brought together Transformers celebrities, toymakers, and dealers in a multiday event focused exclusively on Transformers. In time even Japan began hosting conventions under the BotCon name in Tokyo, Japan for the years 1997, 1998, and 2000.

Today's Prime shot takes a look at the BotCon Japan 2000 official Takara exclusive set specially made Choro-Q toys. The toys were special remakes from the Takara non-transforming line of super-deformed model cars with self-propelled action when pulled-back and let go. The set includes left to right, a G1 version of the Convoy (Optimus Prime) cab and trailer, a clear version of G1 Mirage race car, and a G2 camo-colors version of Megatron tank.

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