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ArchitectureFan and Captain Braunsfeld proudly present the next chapter of the

Golden Age of Chicken Aviation:

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... a peaceful auction is going on ...

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... when suddenly:

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... going, going, gone...

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Thanks for watching! :classic::sweet:

 


Within the great saga of the "Golden Age of Chicken Aviation" you are here:

Part 1

Part 2

Part 3

Part 4

Part 5

Part 6 & 7

Part 8

Part 9

Part 10 <--

Edited by Captain Braunsfeld
(pictures now on Bricksafe instead of flickr)

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Haha, funny. Its more of a little movie. The skunk is nice. And is that stand there in the background from the medieval market?

However, for the chicken the day looks more like bronce at max - well, even in a Golden Age not every day can be Golden I suppose. :laugh: :laugh: :laugh:

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Sold to the feathery bidder for 500000 euros!

Shouldn't skunk make everyone run away? :wink:

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Haha, funny. Its more of a little movie. The skunk is nice. And is that stand there in the background from the medieval market?

However, for the chicken the day looks more like bronce at max - well, even in a Golden Age not every day can be Golden I suppose. :laugh: :laugh: :laugh:

The chicken had a great flight ... until then...

Sold to the feathery bidder for 500000 euros!

Shouldn't skunk make everyone run away? :wink:

Well, some people have already built MOCs with skunks in them and everyone is running away. I wouldn't do that :laugh:

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