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This is the page I am going to use to ask questions I am still looking for an answer to.

Who would be interested in the mammoth prototype parts.
I am taking a poll to see what kind of interest out there. Please answer honestly if you would be interested, and actually willing to lay down some cash to buy these parts.

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These are resin casting of the actual Auroroa prototype pieces that were almost used as additional options for the production model.
More pics here.


If I had any info on kit 737, it would be here

All I know, is that there never was a #737 on the store shelves.
The number falls between the Allosaurus and the Cave Bear, so I don't know if it was supposed to be part of the first wave, or something for the second wave. At first I thought it might have been the Stegosaurus, but now I think that was designed much later than when this number would have been used ('71 or '72)



I've got a question for anyone with information.
Look at the picture below and let me know if you know what version that packing configuration might have been used for.
It has already been determined that is was no the JCPenny's catalog version.

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Entier contents would fit in a 12x12x12 box.


I got this little item in one of the Revell-Germany kits that I ran across.
I'm curious if this actually came with the kits, or did someone just throw this in the box that I got

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