Ironhide is an ornery southern cuss, but a completely different flavor than Ironhide, are we clear?
He's been friends with Mirage a long time, despite them both being bull-headed types.
- Japanese Name: Ox
Robots in Disguise cartoon
Robots in Disguise
- Ox (Spy Changer, 2000)
- Japanese ID number: C-
- A redeco of the Generation 2 Go-Bots Motormouth mold, Ox transforms into a Ford F150 Flareside pickup truck. His windshield has heat-sensitive paint that reveals an Autobot insignia, in a method similar to the original rubsigns.
- This mold was also used to make the Generation 2 incarnation of Generation 1 Ironhide and Universe Ironhide
- Spy Changer Deluxe 6 Set (Multi-pack, 2000)
- Japanese ID number: C-011
- All six Spy Changers were not only sold as individuals in Japan, but in a six-piece gift set as well.
- Ox clear version (Spy Changer, 2000)
- An exclusive redeco of Ox in clear-green and clear-orange plastics, this version was only available at Jusco stores in Japan, as a giveaway with purchase (of what, though, is unknown at this time).
- Mirage & Ironhide (Basic, 2001)
- Available only in a two-pack with Mirage, the Hasbro version of Ox adds more paint applications, mainly red in the truck bed. The heat-sensitive windshield insignia was replaced with metallic blue windshield paint and a normal Autobot insignia tampograph on the truck roof.
- Ironhide (Spy Changer, 2002)
- All six original Spy Changers were redecoed in colorless-clear plastics (keeping their normal paint applications, though), and released on individual cards through Kay-Bee Toys chains.
- Ironhide (Tiny Tins, 2002)
- The normal Hasbro version of Ironhide was released as part of the first assortment of Tiny Tins Transformers, coming with a carrying tin.
- Super Ox (Spy Changer, 2003)
- Long after the Robots in Disguise line ended in Japan, Takara put out individually-boxed redecoes of the Spy Changers. Ox was given a deep blue and white deco.
- In each case of twelve Super Spy changers, two were all-clear-plastic versions (but keeping their paint applications). All six Spy Changers had a clear variant.
- Ironhide (Spy Changer, 2003)
- A second round of Kay-Bee-exclusive Spy Changers was released on individual cards. This time around, he was done in clear-blue, clear-orange and clear-colorless and lacking his cow-pattern deco (making him look not unlike a clear incarnation of Motormouth).
- This exact toy was later re-released a Universe incarnation of Generation 1 Hoist.