Toys of the Eighties, Visible Man/Visible Woman
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More of a "nightmare" than a "toy", this thing consisted of a clear plastic shell shaped like a man's or woman's body, which split apart so you could open it up and assemble inside the MILLIONS OF ITSY BITSY BONES, ORGANS, MUSCLES AND OTHER ANATOMICAL MINUTIA. Oh, and guess what, parents? You get to PAINT each and every one of these itsy bitsy pieces of plastic first ... yourself! And then glue it all together!!! Doesn't that sounds like fun??? (My mom must have apparently thought so - she spent a whole night putting one of these things together for me, picked it up to carry it into the den and show off to my dad ... and promptly dropped it, sending bitty plastic pieces flying everywhere - including the wee fetus that was tucked carefully inside a plastic uterus. Ewww ....)
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Jan Griffiths - July 28, 2010 - Report this comment
There was (is) a horse model called the Visible Horse. I have that one, and it took hours to put together. You really had to have patience assembling one of these. They basically had to have a place where they would not be moved during assembly. It was a challenging model, to say the least. Not just the assembly, but all the parts had to be painted beforehand. Between work and school, the horse version took me a week. I am still the proud owner of this model.

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