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Tenken347
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Since: 27.2.03
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Hey, I'm trying to remember the name of these toys I had when I was younger. They were these plastic dinosaur skeletons that snapped together, but you could take them apart and rearange the pieces. Some of them came with wheels or wings, and you could make vehicles out of the bones. They were piloted by cavemen. These toys would have been out in the early 1990's, I think. I know exactly how weird these toys sound, and it's driving me nuts that I can't remember the name of them. Has anyone else ever heard of these things before?
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Was it Dinozaurs? These were transforming dinosaurs, but the show had kids on it, I don't remember any cavepeople.

It was a Bandai product, if that helps.
Tenken347
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Not Dinozaurs. Finally managed to remember the name, it was Bone Age. Thanks for trying, though.
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