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G1 Transformer Skids (mini figure scale / transformable)
Generation 1 Transformer Skids - one of the smallest transformers in vehicle mode I have ever built. It can be transformed into a relatively small size vehicle ˇV Honda City.
About this creation


This is my first time to use these kinds of small wheels and tires for my Autobot transformer. The details include a pair of front headlight and the side rear mirrors. I also use a new building method to present the front bumper shape. Two doors can be opened. Brake lights are at the back, and I put a nice yellow number plate to makes this car looks more friendly. There are some car features that I could not retain on my Lego Skids due to the limitation of the small size, such as the front round shape headlight that the original Honda has. But overall, I am still happy with its proportion and the look.

For more information about Transformer Skids, please view: http://tfwiki.net/wiki/Skids_%28G1%29

The first Honda City was introduced in November 1981... http://world.honda.com/history/challenge/1981city/



It still can fit 1 mini figure. I also built a small steering wheel in front of the driver seat.







Get it start to transform!







The hardest area to resolve is how to create a small mechanism which can transform the front car wheel part into robotˇ¦s arm, along with human articulation. For illustration, you will see it at the end of this page.











Transformation completed!



The transformation can be done without any additional part or detach/ re-assembling ways, which is what I always manage with on my transformer. The only thing is the hand need to be replaced when it hold a gun on it.









Both car and robot mode are pretty solid, except during the transformation may be. I fully utilized the new small joint parts onto the robotˇ¦s joint. It makes it more suitable do different pose without using a lot of hint to create articulation.







See the sliding system to assist in transformation. It also form a part of the chasis/frame of the body.





(Coming soon) Machine Robo Jet - a robot which can be fully transformed into a jet fighter.



Thank you for watching it!!!



Comments

 I like it 
  December 23, 2015
It's so compact, and it still looks awesome in both modes! A true beauty!
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  August 2, 2015
Phenomenal work fitting so much functionality into such a small build!
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  March 11, 2015
Awesome skids. Great work
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  March 3, 2015
That's so wicked, awesome job!
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  February 27, 2015
Wow, it looks great in both modes and the transformation is perfect. Great job! :-))
 I like it 
  December 30, 2014
I just think it is amazing all your tfs can fit a minifig. Another cracking design.
alex wong
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colby larsen
  December 20, 2014
Awesome job!
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  December 12, 2014
Your lego rendition of Skids looks better than all the stills and comic book images over on TF wiki. Amazing trandformation!
  December 9, 2014
I am always amazed how transformers are so technically and aesthetically built, but this one goes as far as to sit a minifigure! Amazing.
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  December 9, 2014
This one is BRILLIANT. DEAD ON vehicle mode + Minifig capable + sporty robot mode!!!
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  December 8, 2014
Brilliant. I like how you can just squash a minifg inside and how the robot looks very unlike the car that it comes from.
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  December 7, 2014
That is super cool, well done!
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  December 6, 2014
This blows my mind- keep it up!
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  December 6, 2014
Lego transformers are quite a thing. Your's perfect! 5/5
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  December 6, 2014
This could be My favorite of your creations. Both modes are genial
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  December 6, 2014
This is so great, you can manage building a great car also allowing to make it transformable and also look great in robot mode. Your building skills are really impressive :)
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  December 6, 2014
Man, you have crazy building skills. I'm really digging these Transformer models.
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  December 6, 2014
Wow! That's amazing. Excellent job!
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  December 6, 2014
As Bart mentioned, there is just something special added by including the minifig. I like that last photo! :)
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  December 6, 2014
Always wanted that toy : ) !
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  December 6, 2014
Well done! Nice to add the minifig and all that, too.
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  December 6, 2014
Wow! It can hold a minifig and transform, that's pretty sweet. Nicely designed. Great MOC.
 I made it 
  December 6, 2014
Quoting Paulo Daniel Man, you deserve a medal! By the way, weren't you working on a Starscream transformer?
Thanks Paulo. Yes, I am still working on my Starscream and I hope it will come next to my Machine Robo Jet.
  December 6, 2014
Excellent job..i put it on my Flipboard
 I like it 
  December 6, 2014
Those are some rather excellent techniques. I love seeing Transformers with room for figures.
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  December 6, 2014
This rocks dude!
 I like it 
  December 6, 2014
Man, you deserve a medal! By the way, weren't you working on a Starscream transformer?
 I like it 
  December 6, 2014
You just make the best transformers.
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  December 6, 2014
The new joints are great aren't they?... and great Skids!
 I like it 
  December 6, 2014
Really cool, great job with using the sliding system in the front of the car/ torso
 
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