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This is TakaraTomy's version of Movie Bumblebee. The primary differences are the clear blue windshields and missiles. This version is also a slightly darker shade of yellow than Hasbro's version. If you haven't bought this mold yet ... I'd highly recommend you buy TakaraTomy's version.
Special thanks goes to my good friend Professor Smooth for this great hookup. :)
This didn't come with Bumblebee but I thought it'd be a nice extra for this gallery.
Takara's version comes with different paperwork. This image shows us a comparison of some of the G1 characters with the movie characters.
Instructions are pretty much the same except for the Japanese movie logo and TakaraTomy's logo instead of Hasbro's.
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