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Transformers G1 Commemorative Series I Hot Rod Reissue Figure ( Rodimus Major )
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- Transformers Rodimus Major Reissue Exclusive Commemorative Series 1
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This Generation 1 reissue was built with rubber tires and both metal and plastic parts just like the original! Sticker sheet is included along with an over-sized pistol.
Although this is a toy and Hasbro suggests an age of 5 and up, it is designed more for the serious G1 collector and comes mounted inside a box mimicking the original which is covered with detailed artwork.
This item was produced in 2002 but the box is still in mint condition and factory sealed.
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Hot Rod transforms into a modified Lamborghini Countach, Red with flames on the hood and sides...and lets not forget the big yellow spoiler and chrome exaust pipes. Before I actually get into this review I'm pretending any Transformers product that came out after G1 Does not exist so I can give a better review. Vehicle mode is really nice. Rolls super well and like a lot of G1 figures holds into place very well.Hot Rod sports rubber wheels. I prefer that over plastic any day. I think it adds a more realistic touch. There is also a peg hole in the exposed engine block where you can peg in one of two weapons that Hot Rod comes with. I think it looks better with no weapons but that's just me. Vehicle mode is a little over scaled compared to Optimus Prime and Ultra Magnus but Hot Rod can easily fit on Ultra Magnus's Trailer. Hot Rod is also as screen accurate as you're going to get. Some of the G1 Transformers transform ridiculously complex in the show and movie so Hasbro had to compensate in both Vehicle mode and Robot mode.
Transformation is a breeze.Read more ›
Now, for the technical aspects. This was built exactly like the Hot Rod toy from the 80's. This is very easy to transform. In fact, most Transformers of the time were made to be transformed by kids with little to no problem (unlike some of todays that seemed more aimed towards the adults who grew up back in the day). Even the youngest of children should be able to do it without the instructions.
The only thing that might discourage someone from getting it is the posability. If you're used to the Beast Wars and Robots in Disguise and all their articulation, this may be a bit anti-climatic. The legs don't move, the arms only move at the elbow, etc.
I'd highly recommend this for those who grew up in the 80's, who still love their transformers and never got the chance to get this originally. I'd even recommend it for kids today. It would be a great way to show them what Transformers used to be like.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
how in the world can i get this toy, its my favorite transformer of all time but the one i had when i was little broke, i just want another one please, if anyone knows how, let me... Read morePublished on May 26, 2004 by Brian Ruffles
Well also known as Hot Rod from old school. This figure is still great whatever name you give it. Hot Rod is still their, but this toy is still great. I have the Org. Read morePublished on October 4, 2002 by Ted E. Chase II
I got the reissue just yesterday, and oh boy is it a fun TF! I never owned the original, so I had looked forward to getting one. Read morePublished on September 27, 2002 by Tray
when i saw this toy at the store i knew i just had to have it, i never got one when i was younger so to finally get one made my dayPublished on September 15, 2002 by Lydell Hamlett