Transformers fans to flock to Allentown for exhibit

December 7, 2017 by  

A Transformers exhibit in Allentown is the one of the largest ever of its kind, and will showcase the many vehicles from the movies in the lobby.

This exhibit was organized by Ed Welburn, who is board member of America on Wheels. A former retired vice president of GM, he gathered together the vehicles in the exhibit by making a few calls to former colleagues.

The exhibit is called ‘The Cars from Transformers, featuring BumbleBee and Megaton’, and is a special exhibit.

Bumblebee is the 2014 Chevy Camaro that was used in the movie Transformers Age of Exhibition. When it was developed, the directors of the movie looked for a special car.

Welburn designed Bumblebee for the movie, while Megatron is a Mack truck built for the movie ‘Transformers: Dark of the Moon’. Under his direction, others designed the truck and other cars used in the movies, such as Swideswipe and Rollbar.

These vehicles in this exhibit give fans a chance to relieve the Transformers movies and see what future cars designs will look like.

During the exhibit, which runs until December 31, visitors will get chance to look very closely at the vehicles and learn about the history of developing each one.

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