Geeks...dorks...nerds...call us what you will, but when we get behind a cause, we kick mighty ass. THREE excellent auctions have sprung up to support The Autism Society of America, giving three lucky Transformers fanatics a chance to own a small Decepticon battle party of the slickest custom robots you may ever see in your lifetime. CLICK HERE to drool over the auctions which include customized & upgraded versions of Megatron, Starscream, Shockwave, Skywarp, Thundercracker, Soundwave, Ravage, Rumble, Frenzy, Laserbeak and Buzzsaw. Here's the skinny..
"ProCustomizers.com is the first site of it's kind which is dedicated and focused on the professional side of customizing action figures. With over 3000 members in it's first few months, proCustomizers.com is home to some of the world's greatest custom galleries, customizers, artists and fans.
Late in 2009, some of the top customizers in the industry contributed to our inaugural charity auction to be hosted on Ebay. Concentrating on the heroic Autobots in the Transformers toy line (featuring such popular mainstream characters as Optimus Prime, Bumblebee, Ironhide, Jazz and others), the auction benefited the fine people at Make-A-Wish. The auction was a success, raising over $1100 for the charity.
Now we are running our second auction, again featuring some of the best talent in the industry. This time, the focus is on the Autobots' counterparts, the evil Decepticons (featuring Megatron, Starscream, Soundwave and many others). The auction will again be hosted on Ebay and, since April is Autism Awareness Month, the charity we chose is the Autism Society of America. The auction is now live and runs through Sunday, May 2nd. Please do your part and help assist a worthy charity."
If you are interested, jump right in on the bidding WAR!! The auctions are in play right now. If you are just appreciating the excellent work and the cause, please help spread the word! Along with winning these awesome bots, the top bidders will claim bragging rights, that warm fuzzy feeling that comes with knowing you did a good thing and the envy of super hot geek girls who are turned on by G1 Transformers. It's like the geek equivalent of Spanish Fly.