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Irmscher's Bumblebee tribute Cruze -- Click here for high-res image gallery

The Jettabot -- Click above for high-res image gallery

Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen – Click above for image gallery

1997 Peterbilt dressed as Optimus Prime – Click above for image gallery

Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen – Click above for image gallery

Aprilia RSV 1000 Factory Transformers livery - Click above for high-res image gallery

2010 Chevrolet Camaro as Bumblebee - Click above for a high-res image gallery

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We haven't really heard a peep about the Corvette Centennial Concept since late last year, but that'll be changing in short order as hype about Revenge of the Fallen, the upcoming sequel to the wildly successful live-action Transformers movie, gets closer to its release on June 26th. We're expecting to see a real car from General Motors to go along with the movie roll, but it's not something that you'll be able to buy. This machine is meant as nothing more than a tribute to the Corvette, and it

Ah, finally. Here's a Volt you'll be able to not only buy, but also afford. Courtesy of Seibertron, we present you with what will likely be the first on sale version of the Chevy Volt. Well, OK, this is actually the Chevy Jolt, as will be seen in the upcoming Transformers 2 movie and toy line. While the packaging says Jolt, note the sticker on the car/robot legs that say Volt. Oh, and then there's the picture of the Transformer in vehicle mode.

Devastator, a massive Decepticon made out of five, or six, or seven Constructicons, depending on which source you cite, will be in Transformers 2: Revenge of the Fallen. In the oddest case of reasoning we can imagine, he's said to have "massive upper body strength, like a gorilla." Devastator is a simpleton with one mission: heavy metal whoopass. But he's pretty easy to trip up since he's not so smart, which could be what the gorilla comment is about. Nevertheless, when upright, he's pretty good

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This shot of the Corvette Centennial Concept comes courtesy of our friends over at Jalopnik who have a few more in their own gallery. For those of you living under a rock, the Corvette Centennial Concept is both a tribute to General Motors' 100-year history and a budding young actor on the Hollywood stage with a bit part in Transformers 2: Revenge of the Fallen. It is not, we repeat not, a production car, a concept intended to hint at the future design direction of the Corvette or any such thing

We recently showed you the "leaked" photos of what could have been a production Volt on the set of Transformers 2. As our man Sam correctly noted in the comments following his post, the movie prop was exactly that - a fiberglass shell covering a pre-existing platform. What platform would you use to make a movie prop like this and who would you call to make it? We'll put it this way: Friends, this is the worlds only Saleen Volibu (or Malibolt if you prefer) in existence. Yes, that famous re-build

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