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You Can Buy All Four Bumblebee Camaros From Transformers, but They’re Not Street Legal

Barrett-Jackson is auctioning off four Transformers movie cars as a package deal in Scottsdale, Arizona later this month—all four of them black-and-yellow Chevrolet Camaros representing the robot character Bumblebee, who (which?) recently starred in an unnecessarily sexy movie of his (its?) namesake. Money from the Camaros’ auction will go to charity, and the person who wins will get a 2010 model from the first and second movies, a 2010 model from the third movie, a 2013 model from the fourth movie and a 2016 one from the fifth movie.

There’s no reserve, or minimum bid, on the auction, and all four cars come with V8s and automatic transmissions. Together, the listing says, they form “an impressive portfolio of exclusive collector cars that cannot be duplicated.” They also can’t be driven legally on the street, thanks to their scrap titles.

Read More: https://www.carscoops.com/2019/01/gm-auctioning-off-four-bumblebee-camaros-transformers-franchise/

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