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Hasbro's Transformers Alternator Figures 2004


The Transformers Alternators figures were primary targeted at the older collecting and featured the use of 1:24 scale, with accurate real-world vehicle modes officially licensed from car manufacturers and unparallel points of articulation. Each vehicle had two models to go with it the base model and the sport model of the real thing.

The Transformers Alternator figures line made its debut in September, 2003and brought back the feel of the orginal G1 line for many collectors.

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The Transformers Alternators figures were primary targeted at the older collecting and featured the use of 1:24 scale, with accurate real-world vehicle modes officially licensed from car manufacturers and unparallel points of articulation. Each vehicle had two models to go with it the base model and the sport model of the real thing.

The Transformers Alternator figures line made its debut in September, 2003and brought back the feel of the orginal G1 line for many collectors.


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Transformers Alternator Figures (Hasbro) Checklist

Released in 2004

Basic Transformers Alternator Figures

Battle Ravage

Camshaft

Dead End

Decepticharge

Grimlock

Hound

Meister (Jazz)

Mirage

Optimus Prime

Prowl

Ricochet

Rollbar

Rumble

Shockblast (Shockwave)

Sideswipe

Silverstreak

Skids

Smokescreen

Sunstreaker

Swerve

Swindle

Tracks

Wheeljack

Windcharger

Exclusive Transformers Alternator Figures

Nemesis Prime (ToyFair)

Rodimus (Comic Con)

Binaltech figures were the Japanese version of Alternators but unlike the Alternators, the Binaltech line features fully painted car bodies and die-cast metal parts. BT-01 Smokescreen - Subaru Impreza WRC 2003 (#7 & #8)

BT-02 Lambor - Dodge Viper SRT-10

BT-03 Streak - Subaru Impreza WRX

BT-04 Hound - Jeep Wrangler

BT-05 Dead End - Dodge Viper Competition Coupe

BT-06 Tracks - Chevrolet Corvette Z06 (Millennium Yellow & LeMans Blue Metallic)

BT-07 Smokescreen GT - Subaru Impreza WRC 2004 (#1 & #2)

BT-08 Meister - Mazda RX-8 (Crystal White Pearl & Velocity Red Mica)

BT-09 Swindle - Jeep Wrangler custom

BT-10 Grimlock - Ford Mustang GT

BT-11 Ravage - Chevrolet Corvette

BT-12 Overdrive - Honda S2000

BT-13 Laserwave - Mazda RX-8 Mazdaspeed Version II

BT-14 Wheeljack - Mustang GT Street Tuning

BT-15 Prowl - Honda Integra Type-R (Patrol Type & Vivid Blue Pearl)

BT-16 Skids - Toyota bB

BT-17 Black Convoy - Dodge Ram SRT-10 (Wonderfest 2007/e-Hobby exclusive)

BT-18 Ligier Electro-Disruptor Mode - Ford GT (e-Hobby exclusive) (also spelled "Electro-Disrupter")

BT-19 Bluestreak - Subaru Impreza WRX (Blue)

BT-20 Argent Meister - Mazda RX-8 Mazdaspeed Version II (Silver 2007 Live Action Movie colors)

BT-21 Arcee - Honda S2000

BT-22 Convoy - Red Dodge Ram SRT-10

Binaltech Asterisk

BTA-1 Alert meets Ai Kuruma - Subaru Impreza WRX Prefecture Police Type & Policewoman

BTA-2 Sunstreaker meets Junko Shirakami - Dodge Viper GTS & Race Queen

BTA-3 Broadblast meets Lumina Hoshi - Toyota bB TV Interview Vehicle & Scene News Reporter

Kiss Players

The Kiss Players figures weren't officially part of the Binaltech line as there is no mention of the Binaltech figures on any Kiss Players product packaging or enclosed materials also the fiction takes place in a different continuity which is incompatible with the Binaltech timeline. However, since the Kiss Players vehicles utilize the plastic Alternators molds, they are frequently grouped together.

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