Let's see those plans again...

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modelbob

Administrator
Ever scratchbuild a structure out of various bits and pieces in your collection? A door from this kit, a window from that one. Some stripwood, a few detail castings.

When you're all done, sometimes it looks really good.

Other times, the parts don't quite all fit together correctly.

Seen in Tacoma, WA, this is a real, full size, building.
 

sushob

Entrepreneurial Teen
:eek: I'm not sure that would pass code inspection...

Interesting though, to say the least. :)
 

modelbob

Administrator
sushob said:
:eek: I'm not sure that would pass code inspection...

Interesting though, to say the least. :)
It doesn't... The city says "It's a hazard, tear it down!".

The builder says it's not a house, it's a sculpture, monument to his late wife and/or church (I'm not sure of the exact details.)

They're still fighting over it.
 




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