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Widdi

City House

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I've CADed another nice minifig home recently. it's obviously based on sets like 6349 from 1988. The house can be populated with up to 3 minifigs, since there are beds in the upper floor for 3 persons. The lower floor has, the err garage, a kitchen, a living room and an entryway, where I've included a small LEGO record player, which can actually be spun. I've included a car and outside a barbeque, too. And as with all my classic City-style buildings it has an open backside for playability

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this is the Cad-MOC in all it's glory. The whole scene is as always just squeezed on a 32x16 plate.

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This is the turntable as stated above, since my minifigs need some music, as well a Cd-player wouldn't really fit as nice to an oldschool LEGO house.

I'll rebuild this home to Real bricks, when I find the time.

Full Instructions here ,When moderated

mFg Widdi

Edited by Phred

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That's cool Widdi! *y*

You captured the atmosphere of an oldschool city building very well.

Gotta love those details like the kitchen and the neat little car.

Would be great if LEGO made sets like these again.

Turntable on!!

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Top notch!

That's like from back in the day when shoe-laces were fat, and Michael Jackson was Black!

Bob

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Wow very nice !

Especially gotta love the turntable. *wub*

Being myself a turntable freak, i'll just make one as yours to put on my desk *sweet*

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Wow! Again, like so many wonderful MOC's here, if this were a real set, I would buy it! The details are fantastic, and the little record player is a nice touch as well. Having looked at more detailed shots of the car, I love that as well, it looks strangely realistic! A Back garden would of been nice, and if it were actually made as well!

*wub* *wub*

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A fine work, neat and charming, and a very nice phonograph. *y*

The sound of joyful building on! :'-)

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Wow, you're an LDD master, all i could ever do with that was put two bricks together.

It stressed me out so much that i threw the computer out the window :-P

Nice details, cool turntable!

Dj-ing on!!

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Very nice i must say...

i like the size and simplicity of it.

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That's a brilliant MOC, Widdi!

The house with its nice interior and its nice outside is very well designed and I like the car with doors very much!

I would like to see something like this as an official Lego set!

Edited by Klaus-Dieter

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wow...it's a pretty cool design. the "garage" though would be excellent as a pergola. so move that car away from there and put down some tiles. ;-) good job! i love it. *y*

edit: it really looks like those cape cod houses in bergen county, nj.

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I really like this. It is a classic design but not as classically small. *sweet* The record player is a nice touch! :-P

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That's cool, reminds me of the Lego Island video game.

Dr. Brick

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I don't know how to use such program and i never expect it can create such wonderful design! :classic: I love this house very much, it reminded me the 1980s LEGO house, in particular this set! :tongue:

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