customizing question

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I recently cleaned out my PVC collection and found a "metallized" Act 9 Cyclonus.

Should I paint it as

a) Powerlinx Cyclonus (greens and blues)?

b) Urban Camo (Energon) Cyclonus?

Weigh in with your thoughts.

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I never liked how the Powerlinx Cycs looked, but I really wanted the urban camo one. I think I may have passed on it for something else at one point.
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Do some slight modification to turn it into Cybertron Buzzsaw.
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Buzzsaw! Buzzzsaaaaaw!
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I want this thing to look good, meaning no modification of the mold. (I lack the skills and tools needed for that.)

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