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  1. Tyrannosaurus To Scale Model

    I built this T-Rex to life size scale for a haunted house we run. He took 22 cans of Great Stuff foam to complete. His teeth are made of plastic jalapeno peppers. Details can be found on how he is made at my website: www.kingshaunting.com
  2. Atlantis Model Tyrannosaurus

    Very large and very neat model. Not all that easy to build. It took two of us holding it to glue the larger parts together. Still well worth it. A very cool model.
  3. Atlantis Models T-Rex For Christmas

    This very large model from Atlantis models was built around Christmas and we gave him some costume items. A very large model, but neat once built. It is actually molded in an orange color but I liked the red color contrast, so I spray painted him a gloss red, and when the teeth are inserted, it cre
  4. 1968 Pyro Tyrannosaurus Model Kit

    This neat little model came with a cave man. Small but a pretty cool old model.
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