Japan Robot Lab Choro Q buses came
package in small window box with logo sticker. In 2001, Takara
replaced small plastic baggy with small window box as packaging for
Choro Q cars.
*** Special Thank to Bill M. for these Choro Q buses ***
Takara released three, especially decorated,
Choro Q busses, as Japan Robot Laboratory exclusive. The first and
second bus was sold during the opening of Japan Robot Lab store in April/May
of 2001 and the third bus was sold in June 2001.
Choro Q is a line of deform pull-back toy
cars produced also by Takara. Choro Q cars was introduced back in the
late 70's during the super-car craze. Choro Q cars are about the size
of Hot Wheel or Matchbox car but with deform body. These little deform
cars came with pull-back motor and also slot for the coin in the back of the
car so they can perform a wheelie. Choro Q was sold briefly in the US
during mid 1980's as Penny Racer. Choro Q line has been going
strong since it's introduction and still going strong today. Today,
Takara offered wide range of Choro Q cars from standard type to super kit
type and collectibles type such as these Choro Q buses.
Choro Q bus would be the third Microman Choro
Q toys released by Takara. The first set was Neo Stealth Vehicles
released in 1998 as Toys R Us Exclusive and the second set was Cyborg Lab
Special Make Stealth Vehicle Collection released in 1999.
(See also MicroHeritage - Neo
Henshin Cyborg Stealth Vehicles Set)
(See also MicroArchive - Cyborg Lab
Special Make - Stealth Vehicle Collection)
Bus #1 features Neo Cyborg logo
Bus #2 features Microman logo
Bus #3 features Robotman logo