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Thursday, July 27, 2017

See the funny figure of Sqweeks

There's a new Autobot character in the fifth sequel of Michael Bay's directed movie titled Transformers: The Last Knight, named Sqweeks built based on Vespa VBB. The movie has been released since June 23, 2017 simultaneously around the world. Sqweeks play a funny role in the film about the battle between the robot formed by various automotive models. As already discussed in the previous article ie the new Decepticon figure named Mohawk with the basis of Confederate P51 Combat Fighter.
Michael Bay, Transformer director posed with Sqweeks, the new Autobot character, and Isabela Moner, the female lead actress on Transformer: The Last Knight. (Picture from: http://bit.ly/2uuWkvb)
Role as a maid for female lead actrees, Isabela Moner to support the Autobot under the command of Optimus Prime against the Decepticon, who want to destroy human civilization on the Earth. Sqweeks is an Autobot figure formed from the classic Italian scooter, so that although the shape of a humanoid robot, but in some parts of the body looks rust. In addition, to support the body where one of its legs rely on standards as a prosthetic limb.

While the Vespa VBB which became the Sqweeks base is actually a classic scooter made in between 1958-1967. The VBB uses a single cylinder 2-stroke engine with a capacity of 150 cc. Prominent features are rounded and large side covers. Both sides of the side cover is equipped with aluminum list in the middle. However, the handlebar that perch its main lights tend to be slim.
Sqweeks is an Autobot figure formed from the classic 1960s Italian scooter Vespa VBB. (Picture from: http://bit.ly/2uuWkvb)
The VBB is a classic scooter production of the 1960s up already equipped 4-speed manual transmission. The main light was already enlarged but still rounded. The front fender is made of two sections that are united in the middle, so it is still clearly visible. Fender models that still survive to more modern products on the P series model produced in 1983's.
In addition, the VBB model is indeed the Vespa 2-stroke engine basis for the next 3 decades, including the ignition model with 3 coils stator. Now, Vespa VBB is still much sought after for its toughness, and many of it still can run on the roads. Because many of its components that can still be substituted with 1980s Vespa products. But the price after the restoration is fantastic, reach up US.$5,370 or about Rp.71,5 million.

Kept spur your adrenaline on the power of two-wheeled monster and stay alive with the true safety riding. May God will forgive Your sins and so does the cops.... ••• [EKA | FROM VARIOUS SOURCES | ]
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