|29 pieces. Molded in green with
yellow base parts.
A 1971 series kit with decent detail but nothing great.
This will give you an idea of the size of the kit.
Really easy to find the kit itself in all versions. What
is tough to find are the bases, and the boxes. No reissue has ever
included the bases or nameplate. Expect to pay good money for those
The head swivels, arms,
paws, legs, and feet move. 2 sections of tail swivel.
Arm pins are the same as the ones for the rex.
Monogram also called it the Dragon Dinosaur.
Revell just called it Allosaurus, though they named
it Fang in their latest reissue
Click image to see more pics of my
completed kit, as well as a review.
To veiw a parts list for this model,
click on the link. It is in .txt format. You are more than welcome to
copy this list.
Click image to see a numbered
picture of the parts
a pic of my two part base.
MILLION YEARS AGO
|Ok, here goes.
The first edition of this kit came in the box with the tiger on it. It
had no base. After that, the box art changed to the one without the
tiger and the model contained a 2 part base.
I have heard there was a transitional stage that used the box with the
tiger and came with a 1 piece base. Can anyone confirm any of this? I
think that the one-piece base stage is probably true. I have seen a lot
of auctions for this kit with only one base piece. They alway seem to
be the same piece too. So that does lead me to belive that this did
'71 Box contents
'72 Box contents