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Release year: 2010
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Reviews - Generations Thrust (Generations Deluxe)
Great figure awesome colors love the metallic look to him and who doesn't like the chrome cock pit. :D Just over all wonderful figure. Mine doesn't like to stand up though.
awesome figure and a steal compared to the Henkei and Botcon versions. A must have.
a perfect seeker....limited arm movement but still a great figure for the generations line....hasbro is finally getting their mojo back
Passed on this guy many times, but realized he will never be reissued in G1 form. I love the cartoon accurate coloring and the gold chrome cockpit. Joints are tight and the head sculpt is evil looking. Loses a point for goofy landing gear. Overall great!
Chromed cockpit,accurate colours,perfect jet mode,3way look of the robot mode..what more do we need..classics forever.Generations are finnaly in europe
awesome colors . its like he is painted with the blood of autobots.just one problem his feet are too tight im afraid they will break.other than that he is the perfect incarnation of thrust!
Arguably the best seeker released by hasbro thus far, certainly more visually interesting than Starscream. Can't wait for Dirge now.
I've been waiting for this transformer for 3 years. Finally its released in the u.s to general public. My favorite seaker mold. Classics are the best line ever. All we need now is a thundercracker.
My favorite version of this Seeker mold. Paint apps are gorgeous and the joints are tight. Chrome cockpit is a nice touch.
Pretty clean in both modes. def a most have in your collection
no flaws, perfect decepticon jet that i have always loved
Perfect! I like it.
Great chrome interior on the canopy. Otherwise, it's a repainted Henkei mold in cartoon colors. For the price, it's wonderful, and great as another in the trooper army. No complaints!
Classics are back..best line in transformers history
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