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Part 3: MOC Mechanic's garage warehouse with purchased items (Speed Champions influence)

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Here it is in full display.  Thank you all for the kind comments on the other threads.  Much influence from other dioramas were modeled in this MOC, imitation being the best form of flattery.  Hope to replace the temporary lighting system with some LED strips soon. 

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I am a big fan of the Speed Champions theme. Love the look of your garage. Your garage certainly has more detail than my workshop/garage. 

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Personally dont like speed champions, but like this garage and how busy it is, definitely busier than my moc, and real not ldd too, must have cost a bit. well done sir!!

 

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love the whole picture frame framing too, really makes it pop, think the addition of LED will take it to the next level

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Looks realy cool. Great to see all those from your previous topics all together. Like it, all those people doing all kind of stuff, all those tools, equipment and other details, just great. Only the tv-area thinks it's a bit weird. Maybe an idea to make it a bit more 'seperate'? Or maybe an floor like bamsham363, it's high enough...

I see you have some lightbars on the ceiling. Maybe you can make those realy work? Would be cool. Otherwise you could make a small edge on the ceiling and hide a ledstrip behind it.

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Thank you everyone for the kind words!   It was definitely was a pricey build for me but certainly therapuetic.  Loved building it every minute, especially when my 5 and 7 year-old kid helped out.  I'd like to hook up some LED strips to the ceiling and replace the light, there's a lot of rafters to hide the LED strips or somehow integrate the strips into the drop lights. The garage itself was to be more of someone's personal warehouse mechanic area with a rumpus area.  I can definitely see how someone may view the diorama as a working/professional garage. I was considering building a loft, but didn't want to hide too much underneath it but may add a loft eventually.  I had a bathroom and toilet ready to go but ran out of space  Loving the garage bamsham!  The colors are magnificent. 

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This garage is sick dude! I am working on my own shop as well! I was looking for a toolbox, welder, and a tire machine just like the one you made Do you happen to have instructions or better pictures that show those by chance? I would most definitely would like to make ones just like those!

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Hi Logan,

      Thank you for the kind words.   I have a template that I found online and customized the toolboxes from there.  I'll breakdown the toolbox, welder and tire machine and take some photos, etc.  I hope to post them by Sunday evening :classic: 

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wow, haven't seen this before and it's stunning! So many thing are going on there! Well done :)

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On 3/5/2019 at 6:17 PM, logan_343 said:

This garage is sick dude! I am working on my own shop as well! I was looking for a toolbox, welder, and a tire machine just like the one you made Do you happen to have instructions or better pictures that show those by chance? I would most definitely would like to make ones just like those!

I used this instructional manual for the roller cabinets as a template.   I cut down the wide rail piece.  I cheated on the side panels, used crazy glue to hold them together as I didn't like the "bulky" side panels on the template.  You have to find the 1x2 tiles with the stud on top that is "open" on the bottom (sorry, I forget the proper name and # of the piece off hand). 

https://bricksafe.com/files/legolover426/lego-tools--workshop/ToolBox 1.pdf

 

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On 3/6/2019 at 12:43 PM, MTBingNinja said:

Hi Logan,

      Thank you for the kind words.   I have a template that I found online and customized the toolboxes from there.  I'll breakdown the toolbox, welder and tire machine and take some photos, etc.  I hope to post them by Sunday evening :classic: 

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Thanks, I really dig your dio and the way how you've build these items. This way it makes the garage look even more great!

BTW: those stickers, own production? Or any clue where to find these?

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23 hours ago, Daanski said:

Thanks, I really dig your dio and the way how you've build these items. This way it makes the garage look even more great!

BTW: those stickers, own production? Or any clue where to find these?

I was able to snag those stickers off of eBay, possible you can keep your eye open for them there, a car swap meet, or online decals.  

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