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1984 Transformers Toys

1984 transformers toys
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  • The is a line of toys produced by the American toy company Hasbro. The Transformers toyline was originally created and produced by Japanese company Takara Tomy (Formerly Takara) and branded as Diaclone and Microman.
  • 1984 (MCMLXXXIV) was a leap year that started on a Sunday, in accordance with the Gregorian calendar.
  • 1984 is a 1956 film based on the novel by George Orwell. This is the first cinema rendition of the story. Donald Pleasence also appeared in the 1954 television version of the film, playing the character of Syme, which in the film was amalgamated with that of Parsons.
  • Nineteen Eighty-Four is a British television adaptation of the novel of the same name by George Orwell, originally broadcast on BBC Television in December 1954.

Hasbro Toys (1984): Transformers: Generation One Autobot - Optimus Prime Truck and Trailer and Tonka/Bandai Toys (1985): GoBots - Rube (Mercedes Benz SL500)
Hasbro Toys (1984): Transformers: Generation One Autobot - Optimus Prime Truck and Trailer and Tonka/Bandai Toys (1985): GoBots - Rube (Mercedes Benz SL500)
This is a first issue Optimus Prime truck and trailer toy. The Mercedes car robot, Rube, isn't a Transformer, but a GoBot. GoBots were made by Tonka/Bandai toys and Transformers fans tend to look on the GoBots with scorn and derision, laughing about how inferior the Tonka/Bandai toys are. In the battle over Earth, the Renegades enlist the aid of a secret GoBotron recruit - Puzzler. Made up of six unusual GoBots, Puzzler pieces turn from robot to vehicle, and each possess a specific mighty skill. When their powers combine, they become a formidable force. However, Puzzler has one weakness - and the Guardians have discovered it. Should even one Piece be unable to join with the others, the mighty strength will fade away. Each piece must then rely on his own specific skill to survive. The Guardians must keep Puzzler from piecing together. The fate of the Earth depends on it! It's a GoBot combiner. Released in 1985, Puzzler was a contemporary of the Transformers' famous Devastator, but since he was relegated to the GoBots Ghetto, he's almost unknown today. Each of Puzzler's pieces gets a suitable name: they're all named after types of puzzles. The six cars were as follows: Crossword - orange Porsche 930T Jig Saw - black and white Toyota Celica XX police car Pocket - yellow and black Lamborghini Countach Rube - black Mercedes Benz SL500 Tic Tac - red Corvette Zig Zag - blue and black Nissan (Datsun) Fairlady 300ZX
Huffer (Box Art from 1984)
Huffer (Box Art from 1984)
This is SO cool! Huffer had a whiny voice in the cartoon, and his personality has him as a complainer, but i always liked his looks! It's a shame the toy wasn't as articulate and mobile as the art!

1984 transformers toys
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