This was sold along with the previously mentioned Mach Dragon. Like the other Dragon vehicles, it comes with parts for three forms.
I saw this up on Yahoo Auctions and got into a bidding war, paying probably 5 times the original retail price from back in 2000 just so I could tear this thing open and build it. Even if it was harder to come across than the other toys in the range, I probably shouldn’t have spent so much on it anyway.
I actually have another one of this back home many years ago but it was broken and super-glued in numerous areas. That said, I managed to break this one again when trying to assemble it.
Possibly my last Perfect Choro Q review – I got this from Yahoo Auctions, nearly completing the line.
This toy has one of the coolest designs in the line, being a black and yellow trike. Despite what its name suggests, what it does resembles more like a powerslide.
Another one of the few toys I got from the Hong Kong-based seller on the Evil Bay. I saw a video of this toy in action on Youtube and it seems to have the most flashy gimmick in the line.
Hunted a few more of these toys from a Hong Kong-based seller on the Evil Bay. Despite knowing how fragile the first few releases were, I still picked this one too.