Transformers Movie Studio Series Expands To Jada Die-Cast Cars With Classic and 2006 Concept Camaro Bumblebees

Via 3000toys, we have stock images of two new 1:24 scale die-cast cars coming from Jada. The two new Bumblebees are based on the 70's Camaro and the 2006 concept model, both as seen in the first live action Transformers movie, and interestingly carry the Studio Series product branding identical to the current Hasbro Movie product line. The two cars are well detailed as would be expected of the growing range of Jada Transformers offerings, though Classic Bee's rust looks perhaps a bit too clean. The cars are stated to have an MSRP of $22.99 and 3000toys says they're due for arrival in May. Click through to see the photos!
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