The Dimetrodon Consists of:
1 Spine Axle
1 Eye lens
2 Body Halves
1 Sticker Sheet
1 Instruction Manual
The build start by aligning two brackets to the middle of each front body half.
The spine axle is inserted to the right body half, the motor and ring neck base are then placed.
The body halves are then placed.
Three pieces are mounted, and the lower jaw is attached.
The top jaw is then built.
The lense/canopy is placed and pilot seated.
The legs are then assembled. Each leg consists of an upper and lower portion secure via one cap.
The legs are attached to the body via one cap and then a fender is placed over the top portion of each leg.
The opposite legs are then assembled and the unit now can stand freely.
Next the tail is composed.
Three segments, each complete with a "fender" link together.
The tail connects via a peg n piece system.
After attaching the tail, the trademark spine fin is built.
Each fin has a peg that connects to the axle on the main body.
The spine pops on the back and the unit is complete and ready for stickers.
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