STHLM

[MOC] Gas station, art deco style

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Again a Amazing build!!!

- Love the lights and the Gas-sign

Great Great build!!!

Greetings

 

 

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Looks glorious in all the light and colour! Really nice shapings and layout as well. Impressive and beautiful work.:classic:

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Haha, that's just pure awesome! :laugh:

How are the lights powered?

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Wonderful build. Even though it mainly uses simple colors like red, white and yellow it looks very well balanced!

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On 2017-05-27 at 7:23 PM, carebear said:

Again a Amazing build!!!

- Love the lights and the Gas-sign

Great Great build!!!

Greetings

Thank you very much!

On 2017-05-28 at 0:57 PM, Littleworlds said:

Looks glorious in all the light and colour! Really nice shapings and layout as well. Impressive and beautiful work.:classic:

Thanks!

On 2017-05-28 at 6:57 PM, peedeejay said:

Wonderful build. Even though it mainly uses simple colors like red, white and yellow it looks very well balanced!

Thank you! The roof over the gas pumps decided the colours. I could only make it in red, white and yellow ...

On 2017-05-28 at 4:27 PM, -zenn said:

Haha, that's just pure awesome! :laugh:

How are the lights powered?

Well, thank you!

The lights are LED:s powered by 12V. There's a thin copper wire to the cars.

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Great eye-catching design!! I especially like the old style pump designs and it looks great all lit up... nice work!!

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It's a beauty:wub:! Nice retro look and good design- well done! 

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On 2017-05-29 at 1:10 AM, greg3 said:

Great eye-catching design!! I especially like the old style pump designs and it looks great all lit up... nice work!!

Thank you!

12 hours ago, CopMike said:

It's a beauty:wub:! Nice retro look and good design- well done! 

Thanks, mate! Swebrick's Art deco CB is still in the pipe, right?

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Very sweet...you definitely have ABS flowing through your veins!  Great work!

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20 hours ago, JLSD said:

Very sweet...you definitely have ABS flowing through your veins!  Great work!

Thank you! I'm glad you liked it.

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18 hours ago, Chilis said:

Impressive, I really love it!

Thank you! I'm glad you like it.

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Great, a lovely build! :thumbup: Thanks for adding it to the Lego Gas Stations Group on Flickr.

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Only thing you forgot is the sign that shows those dented rims on sale for double the retail price lol

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20 hours ago, ER0L said:

Great, a lovely build! :thumbup: Thanks for adding it to the Lego Gas Stations Group on Flickr.

Thanks!

13 hours ago, Henchmen4Hire said:

Only thing you forgot is the sign that shows those dented rims on sale for double the retail price lol

Well, that's a thought for future developement!

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Excellent build! If its Art-Deco I'm there, even more so for a gas station :wink:

 

I very much like the colour choices, the mixing up of shapes yet continuing the colour lines horizontally. Also looks great lit up!

 

Smashing work! :classic:

 

 

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18 hours ago, snaillad said:

Excellent build! If its Art-Deco I'm there, even more so for a gas station :wink:

 

I very much like the colour choices, the mixing up of shapes yet continuing the colour lines horizontally. Also looks great lit up!

 

Smashing work! :classic:

Thank you for your kind words!

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