I really would like to know who did the
box and instruction sheet artwork.
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 not
the JCPenny's catalog version.
Entire contents would fit in a 12x12x12 box.
There are still some box
variations that I am unsure of.
Basically, these are types that could possibly
exist, but I have never seen.
Any of the 1st 14 kits with a 1974 side panel.
Any Canadian or European versions of the 1974
This one is a bit more complicated.
The first 8 kits, in 1972 boxes from Canada or
I've seen 1972 kits in non-domestic boxes,
and I have 1971 kits in non-domestic 1971 boxes.
But I have never seen 1971 kits in 1972
If you have seen any of
these, please let me know.
Pictures would be even cooler.
Anyone have a
picture of the T-shirt
from the Monogram 88 offer?
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)
Update April 2008
- from a second hand source, I have learned that
according to Andy Y. it is nothing more than just
a gap in the numbering. No mysterious missing
kit, or anything cool like that.
I got this little
item in one of the Revell-Germany kits that I ran
I'm curious if this actually came with the kits,
or did someone just throw this in the box that I
- it appears that this was
enclosed with most of the RG kits.