Toys of the Seventies, Strange Change

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A dome shaped clear top over a red plastic base. You put small plastic squares inside and plugged it in. It heated like an oven, and the squares rolled out into dinosaurs. While they were still warm, you could put them in the masher and squish them back into squares. Smelled the whole house up like burning plastic, but what memories!
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Mark - September 14, 2007 - Report this comment
I loved this toy. I found it at a garage sale and since I loved dinosaurs, I begged my mom to buy it for me. Ironically, years later, we sold it at our garage sale, probably for no more than a dollar. Imagine what it is worth now!!
Chris - August 04, 2009 - Report this comment
I loved my strange Change Machine. I smashed several of the dinosaurs together when I got bored. I burned myself quite badly by abusing the machine and got rid of it.

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