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Modifying 21024 Louvre

Okay, so I just watched JANG's review of 21024 Louvre and I'm a bit annoyed with LEGO on this one. Basically, they decided to build the right wing of the famous landmark instead of looking straight ahead like all of the iconic photos (for a better, more complete explanation, watch JANG's review - he does a great job). 
In the comments of the video, many people mentioned purchasing three (or more) and fleshing out the design to make the original building and each of the wings on the side. While the set has already been retired by LEGO, I would definitely do this through Bricklink. I was wondering if anyone had done the same thing or knew if examples were available online. Also, let me know if this idea seems too outrageous I guess. 

Comments

  • AstrobricksAstrobricks Minnesota, USMember Posts: 3,303
    Certainly not an outrageous idea, far from it. I bought one of that set, but I’m not very happy with the way they did the glass pyramid. I bought two US Capitols with the plan to finish the side they left undone. I also have extra Big Bens so I can expand one to look like a mini #10253 .
  • DeMontesDeMontes North YorkshireMember Posts: 652
    edited September 2018
    @bbeck087 I remembered seeing one online,  I've just had a look and I think this was the example I remembered. From here: http://legolegu.blogspot.com/2015/09/le-louvre-complet.html . I had to use Google translate but I believe he bought 6 Lourves! Hope this helps.



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