Subtitles section Play video Print subtitles CHUMLEE: What's up, man? TEL: How you doing? - I'm good. What do you have here? I have an awesome 1980s Coca-Cola toy. CHUMLEE: OK. It's real awesome, dude. Cool. This is a GoBot. Where'd you get it? TEL: I had a birthday party in Burger King, and this was the gift that Burger King gave me. CHUMLEE: I think I'd be pretty pissed if I got this at 12 years old. Like, a Coke can? Seriously? [laughs] TEL: I have a 1980s Coca-Cola robot. When I first got it, I tried to play with it. It was just a Coke can, so it really didn't fit in with any other toys, so it just went back in the box. It's just sitting on a shelf, so I'm just trying to get rid of some clutter. My wife keeps on at me about those stupid things I keep holding on to. Let me see this here. This is pretty cool. TEL: Right? CHUMLEE: Coca-Cola advertisement, but it's also a GoBot. So in 1984, Tonka came out with the GoBots, and Hasbro came out with the Transformers. It was basically the same concept. You know, they were robots that would change into a Coke can, or a car, or an airplane. And, you know, with the Transformers, there was the Autobots and the Decepticons, and they were battling for thousands of years. I don't know too much about GoBots. But basically, the same thing as Transformers, but not as popular, you know? Many people look at the GoBots as Transformer knockoffs. But in reality, the GoBots were released before the Transformers. Both of them are pretty cool, but the GoBots only lasted a few years, and the Transformers just released their fourth major motion picture. This is going to appeal to people who collect Coke, Transformers, GoBots. It is in good condition, man. TEL: Yeah. CHUMLEE: Well, what do you want to do with it? I wanted to try and sell it. How much were you trying to get for it? TEL: I wanted about $200. Hm. Honestly, dude, it's a GoBot. I'm gonna offer you 40 bucks on it. TEL: How about $150? Um, would you be able to do like, maybe, 60 bucks? $80? I can go $75 on it. OK. CHUMLEE: 75 bucks? Yeah. CHUMLEE: All right. That's a deal. Let's go over here and write it up. OK. I got it for free when I was a 10-year-old. It sat on the shelf for about 30 years, and I got $75 for it, so I think that's a pretty good deal. CHUMLEE: (EVIL VOICE) Now, we must plan takeover of your boss's enterprise. RICK: It's been a long time since I've seen one of those. CHUMLEE: I just bought it. It's a GoBot. It's like, a Transformer thing. But it's not a GoBot, Chum. How do you know? OK. It's like a Transformer. It transforms. Boom. Done. Chum. Yeah? What I'm trying to tell you is, it was Coca-Cola just made it. It wasn't done by GoBots or anything. So what is it, then? So Coca-Cola made this promotional thing in England, but there was no reason to have GoBots or Transformers do it when they could just do it themselves. Don't have to pay a licensing fee or anything like that, so they just made a transforming Coke can. It's-- I just-- I don't get it. But it's still cool. How much you pay for it? 75 bucks. You actually did good. I mean, we could sell it for like, $150. Cha-ching. Go, go, Coke can. As long as you don't break it. [grunting] Chum, put it away, put it on the shelf, till we sell it. All right? All right? [making hissing noise] (EVIL VOICE) You shall live to pawn another day, Chum.