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[MOC] Mountain Hut (in 90's style)

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I was on vacation some time ago and I stayed with my family. They had some old LEGO from the 90's, mostly City and Western. Of course I had to tackle this mass of plastic to see what can be done :)

So, it's not my usual build, but it gave me a lot of fun and some appreciation for the parts palette we have today :)

I'm sorry for the picture quality, I did not have any whote background save for the table cloth with lots of patterns on it ;)

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Full gallery is here: http://bricksafe.com/pages/Mestari/mountain-hut---retro-style

 

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Thanks , there is some minimal furniture and the top can be taken off. You can see it in the gallery . 

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That's a nice classic built and from what I see, you might have somehow being inspired by both of these sets to make it your own MOC. I like it, especially on how you able to use this rare baseplate. 

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This really is old school, a nice way to remember the 90's and appreciate the parts selection of 2010's. Looks like you had a good time.

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Yeah, like others said: Oldschool! :thumbup: I like it. May favourites are parts and sets from the 80ies and 90ies, so this pretty much hits my sweet spot. Cool MOC and nice use of the BURPs :sweet:

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wow. just lovely!

14 hours ago, Capparezza said:

Yeah, like others said: Oldschool! :thumbup: I like it. May favourites are parts and sets from the 80ies and 90ies, so this pretty much hits my sweet spot. Cool MOC and nice use of the BURPs :sweet:

this hits my sweet spot too.. inspiring and makes me want to revisit some of my own renditions of forest men!

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Thank you, indeed it was good to sit among the old stuff and immerse in the 80/90 plastic ;)

I like BURPs but only in this setting . It feels at home here.

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