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Ok, as some of you know I live in Alabama, but I have never mentioned I am near a Mercedes plant in the state. Anyway, my mom saw a car with a TF logo on it (she said the car was blue) driving around near the plant and I was just wondering how many Mercedes cars are in dotm and what types of cars they were if anyone knew.
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It probably just a production version of the car.
For instance there are multipe yellow cameros with autobot logos on them but none of them were in one of the movies.
Alos where i live, someone have a Sideswipe with the decals but its not form the movie
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Well, Bay said that the blue Mercedes-Benz we've seen on the set is gonna be Carly's car (despite all the speculation about a silver one being Soundwave).
As for what you saw, perhaps it was some person's car who had put a TF-related decal on it.
I myself have come across a few cars that have had Con symbols stamped on the bumper, and (see-through) Bot symbols painted on the windshield.
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