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The Ghostbusters HQ walls can (radially) scratch the tiles of the sidewalk if they are not all really well pushed down or there is some other factor creating a 'fouling' situation. The tiniest amount of flex in the baseboard can cause a tile or group of tiles to sit slightly proud.
The scratching/scraping is so fine that you might not notice that it's happening immediately.
#376 has a similar design, but for the whole building.
This has reminded me that it was on my to do list to MOC a modern version of #376 - I think that may be my weekend sorted!
http://peeron.com/scans/374-1/5/ and http://peeron.com/scans/374-1/7/ are the best pages to check to see how the hinged sections of #374 are implemented - as you can see each section is built on seperate basepalates.
If you wanted a more modern version or don't want a moveable baseplate then use a put tiles where the wall base of the wall should go, then layer up bricks / plates with hinges to make the wall - this screen grab from the instructions for #5770 should help with visualising this!
Good luck with your builds!
Anyway I don't have time to think about it, I'm off to build #75282 The Mandalorian Bounty Hunter Transport......