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One of 6 Series 1 mini-cars Brawn is notable for his delicate arm construction and his supposedly immense strength when in robot mode. Fairly easy to find at a price close to his original cost 25 years ago.
Standard mini-bot, not very good, simple transformation, still fun. Looks noting like his cartoon counterpart.
An awesome piece for my collection. One of many minibots to add to my ever-growing collection. Roll out!
Nothing special about Brawn. He's a minibot and he is G1. Looks like the beige version. I forget his name. Anyways great scale with generations metroplex
great car like the gen one charicture has weird like silver arms and door wings later recolored and sold as outback.. fun guy esy to find and cheap. not a bad lil bot...
Which Brawn do you want? Solid face? Faceplate face? Slanted solid face? The choices are limitless - ok, there are 3. But if you engage in the punishing sub-set of Transformers collecting, you should at least know that there are 3 American Brawns out there. They are all awesome green jeeps, of course. And Brawn is a classic character as well as a weird-looking robot with capital letter G's for hands.
One of the toughest autobots, Brawn definitely has a chip on his shoulder. Not the prettiest looking robot mode, but still pretty cool.
I am glad igear created the not brawn version cause this version is just terrible! It doesn't capture him at all.
Brawn is a top tier little buttkicker. As one of the mini robots, he has a very simple transformation and his head, like many of them, is part of his molding. While he may not look like much, there's a reason this toy is a collection staple. A great, solid little guy, without whom no G1 Autobot collection will ever truly be complete.
legs can be loose or stiff to transform. otherwise very easily done. I find mine doesn't stand well unless leaned up against something.
One leg has snapped in half at the supposed "knee". I would buy this if only for parts for customs.
This is another great figure. Even though he was small it did'nt matter to him because he was going to kick some butt.
He's a great little figure. I picked him up in 1984 and he was a staple of my collection for years.