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Car Dealership
[If you happened to stop by please take a moment to rate and comment, I will return the favor, thank you!] ---- This is a model of a local Car Dealership, it has been downsized a bit so it can still be minifig scale without being to huge. I will write more about it once the interior is done, as it stands I am still waiting for the pieces to do the interior, I will post pictures when it is all done, so look forward and stay tuned!
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The owner and his wife wave to onlookers as the dealership nears completion. They hope to attract customers to the grand opening scheduled in a month's time.



A Shot from the right.



Shot from the left, also visible in this shot is the canopy, where cars that are soon to be sold are kept, as well as delivery vans and employee cars. Behind the gate is the outside storage area for the parts department. Large orders are dropped off here before being brought inside to be inventoried.



Here is a shot featuring a closer look at the canopy and parts department storage area. Note the white door that leads into the part's department from the back. Authorized personnel only.



Another shot of underneath the canopy.



Shot of the garage doors for the wash bay and service area. Though stationed in New Hampshire, this car dealership is one of the most successful in all of New England, so a new building was put up to accommodate all the business, the old building was then torn down and the land sold off. Because of the success the business has had, the owner made sure that the new building included a Part's Department and Service Department to take care of any and all of their customer's automotive needs.



Street level view.



Comments

  December 22, 2010
Your are a good builder and this is an example
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  August 1, 2009
I WANNA BUY THAT car dealership! IT IS BIG AND I GOT LOT OF VEHICLES SEND ME PRICE (dollars or Euros) !!!I BUY IT!!!
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  May 28, 2009
THis is cool you just need some cars outside. Your whole city looks fantastic i'm currently working on city also not this huge but right now it's on a 3 by 8 piece of plywood. Once again good job.
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  April 18, 2009
Wow! what a well made, large building. AS it has been said, an interior is needed. Please look at my Lego Mini's (maybe they could be the first for sale?
Nick Ennobtown
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Thomas N
  April 6, 2009
Very cool, you should take some pictures of the interior and make a big line of cars inside.
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  February 23, 2009
I think it is great to see other people building commercial buildings or public places. Love the size of your building. Can not wait till opening day, the owner of my roller rink is looking for a new car.
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  February 20, 2009
Quoting masterchief 1 Very Nice Nick! By the way , thanks for the comment , and yes I have seen "Citizen Kane" , what a film! If you are interested , why don't you join "The Orson Welles Aprecation Socity"?
I'd love to join if you could have someone send me an invite.
Nick Ennobtown
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masterchief 1
  February 12, 2009
Very Nice Nick! By the way , thanks for the comment , and yes I have seen "Citizen Kane" , what a film! If you are interested , why don't you join "The Orson Welles Aprecation Socity"?
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  February 12, 2009
Quoting Garrett LeFol Dude!--this is awesome! Could you please tell me exactly how you accomplished a roof that doesn't cave in?
It's magic... along with a bunch of 6x16 grey plates snapped on to three 16x32 baseplates and supported by interior columns.
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  February 12, 2009
Dude!--this is awesome! Could you please tell me exactly how you accomplished a roof that doesn't cave in?
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  February 12, 2009
LOL! this is rad
Nick Ennobtown
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masterchief 1
  February 11, 2009
Well done , Nick! Great work!
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  February 11, 2009
Nice clean build. Watch out for cracklink though - once you have that monkey on your back there is no going back. Lee.
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  February 11, 2009
Whoa. If only TLC would make something as great as this! Great job!
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  February 11, 2009
Authorized personnel my foot! I know what I'm doing! Get out of my *THUMP* (that was the sound of my head on the car lift). Hey cool, now I get to sue! Can't wait to see the interior! ~ Chris.
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  February 11, 2009
Those car dealers are always stalking you, wanting you to buy something. D: But, great job on the dealership. ;D
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  February 11, 2009
Hey mate, I do hope the owner & his wife will manage to get this business up and running in no time despite these troubled times! Say there, are those guys planning on finding place for a bikes section in that dealership? Cuz I may just have a proposal for them, provided of course they would be willing to sell Triumphs... :))))) Oh, and by the way - I almost forgot: I have to say that I absolutely love the solid build of this one! THAT's how all good dealerships should look like!
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  February 11, 2009
Quoting Tim Inman Nicely done! Having worked at two different car dealerships I can say that you captured the whole car dealership vibe very well. you might want to add a large sign to the front of the store. What brand is the dealer going to sell?
Dodge, Jeep, and Chrysler. I am actually planning a sign. On the real building the brand names are featured on the front of the building on the large white walls, which on my model probably won't be enough room for all three brands. However I might put a couple up on the walls and then make another sign to go where the parking lot will go. Thanks for all the comments guys!
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  February 11, 2009
Do you think it's a good idea to build a car dealership in this economy. Curious to see it when it finished. Looks good so far. see ya. garth
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  February 11, 2009
Nicely done! Having worked at two different car dealerships I can say that you captured the whole car dealership vibe very well. you might want to add a large sign to the front of the store. What brand is the dealer going to sell?
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  February 11, 2009
Oops I meant side.
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  February 11, 2009
Nice job! like the back the most.
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  February 11, 2009
Quoting Steffen Kasteleiner You should really illuminate this with 9V or 12V lights and put some interior in place. If youŽd have grey base plates, the illumination would look the best. Steffen
Well I didn't bother to purchase any since I have plenty of green baseplates and the entire interior floor is going to be tiled (and have cubicles, computers, desks, copy machines, offices, etc.) once I find and purchase all the pieces I need to design the interior, as stated in the above description :P. Anyways it will look much more complete, this is just a sneak peak at the outside design of the dealership. Thanks for the comment!
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  February 11, 2009
You should really illuminate this with 9V or 12V lights and put some interior in place. If youŽd have grey base plates, the illumination would look the best. Steffen
 
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