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Another great display piece for the collection, just need to find somewhere to display it now!
I haven't yet actually attached it to the baseplate, just set it there to see how it fit. my plan right now is to build up a plate underneath the house so I can use tiles under the front half and allow it to swing open. As it sits right now, the house swings open and sits flush with the right side of the baseplate when its open (The assembly right of the house will need to be relocated)
Thanks Boardshorts too for your take on it & sharing plans of how to make it swing open. Kinda what I was thinking. As I need to do the same to #76108 & #76038 in my city to have some smaller than modular size buildings.
Its just a matter of finding a blank wall to put up a shelf or making space on an existing shelf! Think my wife has given up on me when she comes home to find yet another IKEA Lack shelf purchased for the purpose of displaying Lego!
Shhhhh don't tell my wife, she was gone all day & hasn't gone downstairs yet :D
I think if I do what you did with using the modern dark bley plates, it’ll space vehicles enough out from the buildings to set them off on their own, and make a more interesting city. Thanks for the ideas on how to lay out something interesting!
They certainly weren't the most complex of BH builds, but still enjoyable. I quite like how Hedwig looks.
I think tonight I'll had Ron and Dumbledore to the display.
Or maybe not, their height is too big...
Maybe a Henry Hoover, but the main unit is an oversize minifig head instead of Henry's face?
Just build my second copy of #60150, took it apart at the will of my 4y-o. He rebuilt it all by himself. Proud dad.
this is what I currenty built (constructed) and try to get some votes on LEGO IDEAS.
It's a High Grass Rotary Mulcher & Snow Plow, original named agria 9600-112.
Hope for some votes and comments from you.
I'm missing a 1x2 white block and 2 light tan 1x3 blocks. In their place I have 2 1x4 light tan blocks. None of those pieces are unique in bag 10, and what I've got will weigh about the same as what I should have. I've checked my work and everything was built right, nothing substituted.