Jimmi-DK

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  1. Jimmi-DK

    [MOC] Wishing Well

    My build of a wishing well. It has an old worn stone wall and a classic wood construction with roof tiles to give it an authentic look. Number of pieces: 987 See more on LEGO Ideas
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    [MOC] RMS Titanic

    Thank you!
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    [MOC] RMS Titanic

    My build of RMS Titanic. It's a little under 1 meter long, which gives it a scale of about 1:275. Number of pieces is 2999. See more on LEGO Ideas
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    Licensed Lego Ideas - Support & Discussion

    Thank you very much! :)
  5. My build of the Mars rover Sojourner. It was the first rover to ever drive on another planet in 1997 as a part of NASA's Mars Pathfinder mission. The scale is about 1:2 and it has 1137 pieces. See more on LEGO Ideas
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    Licensed Lego Ideas - Support & Discussion

    My recreation of the scene with Bambi falling on the ice with his rabbit friend Thumper. See more on LEGO Ideas
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    [MOC] BMW Isetta - LEGO Ideas

    The scale is about 1:10
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    [MOC] BMW Isetta - LEGO Ideas

    Thank you very much!
  9. My build of the BMW Isetta. It's not the fastest BMW, but it's the most charming. See more on LEGO Ideas
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    [MOC] Train Bookends - LEGO Ideas

    Thanks for the support! The rubber feet are part 14149.
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    [MOC] Train Bookends - LEGO Ideas

    The train and tunnel are built together as one piece to make the structure stronger.
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    [MOC] Train Bookends - LEGO Ideas

    Just place them up against a wall instead :)
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    [MOC] Train Bookends - LEGO Ideas

    They have rubber feet to prevent them from sliding, and weigh about half a kilo each. A good weight when combined with rubber feet.
  14. With these bookends it looks like a train is on its way through a tunnel in your books. See more on LEGO Ideas