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Guess who built the trex for night at museum? 11 Dec 2006 17:07 #13860

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I have another company where we do fiberglass objects, animals, etc. We were contracted to do a t-rex skeleton by a agent for a "movie". http://fiberglassfarm.com/gallery.html Check it out at photo C-3. If we'd known who and what we'd have charged more!

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Re: Guess who built the trex for night at museum? 11 Dec 2006 21:05 #13861

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That's pretty cool, Mike.

Question:
Which is the Woolly Mammoth in B-2? :-)

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Re: Guess who built the trex for night at museum? 12 Dec 2006 09:18 #13862

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The taller one is the Wooly. The shorter mammal is the Balding Porker.


I wish I had a photo to show of the Worlds Largest Longhorn Steer we just delivered to U Tex at Austin. That was a fun one!

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