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In 1971 Aurora introduced the first 8 kits in the Prehistoric Scenes line. The following year, they added 6 more models to the series. By 1975 there were 17 kits in total. Including the huge Tyrannosaurus Rex! The whole series was snap-together, and molded in a wide variety of colors. Each kit featured movable parts, historical nameplates, and extra pieces for variety. And best of all, they all had modular, interlocking bases. So you could display them all together.
This year, at Wonderfest 2011. You can see them all on display. The whole set, built and placed together the way they were meant to be.
That's not all. You can also see the original boxes, instructions, rare original Aurora promotional materials. And some prototype pieces that never made it to production. If that wasn't enough. There will also be examples of some of the new 'add on' kits. These are garage kits meant to expand the line, or augment existing kits.
Come take a walk down memory lane. Check us out in the dealers room. Relive the childhood memories of building and playing with these awesome pieces.