Impossible Toys' MC Series Final Product Line Now Up For Preorder

TFSource has posted images and order pages for the farewell series from Impossible Toys, based on several classic Autobot mini-car designs. Impossible Toys recently announced they would be closing their doors, but not before finishing one last set of toys, and today we can see computer renders and a few production samples of this lineup. Pictures and more details below.

The MC set consists of nine individual figures, Bumble-Bug, Hill-Jumper, Bump, Hub, Gold-Bee, Glypher, Tapper, Bee-Bite, and Wasper, based on the original Bumblebee, Cliffjumper, and Bumper toys and classic recolors along with ones like "Bee-Bite" and "Wasper" based on more recent iterations. TFSource has the figures listed singly for $29.95 each, or as a full set for $219.99. No reference is given in the images to suggest scale at this point, and only a few are actually seen at a point of physical models with the rest represented only with computer renderings.

These molds seem to hold very close to the design sensibilities of the original Autobot mini-vehicle toys with similar squashed vehicle proportions and very similarly styled robot modes, though adding more poseability with the use of ball joints. Impossible Toys' final line is anticipated to release in October.
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AnimatedPlastic - 2013-07-13 @ 12:05 am

They actually don't look that bad as far as the headsculpts this time....:tfevil....but the legs to me look to skinny and too close together. It looks like they have real rubber tires....is that true?

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