In the same grab bag that contained the Bad Mudder Hot Wheels vehicle, I also got this, amongst other things: a broken bootleg Transformers Decepticon Vortex figure. He's missing both of his arms and two of the helicopter blades have been snapped off of his back. This damaged Vortex is almost completely useless as either a robot or a helicopter, but, you could still employ him as an arm or leg for the Bruticus gestalt if you were desperate enough, as all of the required attachment holes/pegs are still present. I already have this toy anyway (it comes in a boxed set along with the other Combaticons), which I bought off of eBay many years ago, but, still, why do thrift stores persist in trying to sell broken crap like this? On the front door of the building, regarding donations, there's a sign that says something to the effect of "salable items only", or, in other words, no broken or ruined stuff, and yet, the store's staff regularly tries to unload that kind of garbage on their customers (this particular item sat in the twenty-five cents toy bin for weeks until I had the misfortune of getting it). I'm just glad some poor kid didn't end up with this mangled, incomplete toy.
Helicopter Mode (Kaman Aerospace SH-2G Super Seasprite).
Vortex can form any limb of the super robot, Bruticus.