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Even MORE classic cars... . My collection of minifig-scale classic cars just grew again! . Can you spot the new ones, already from the title-photo? ;-) There are no less than 4 new ones this time! First off, a modified 2CV, the "fourgonnette"; Very little left of the original .eti-design... Not much new to see from the outside, but this one actually has a new chassis-and-wheel design... Second off, and somewhat late for the DS-Mania. Finally it is here, the one and only (ta-daa!); CitroŽn 20 DS Cabriolet; No, Vibor, I couldnt move the rear-wheels further back, but I moved the rear-window further forward, which more or less gives the same visual effect. -only sad it didnt make it to the "Mania"... (But now it is here, better late than never!) The "american car". Somewhat inspired by the 1967 Chevy Belair, although not a high precision model. This is a slightly simplified rebuild of the red car from "One BIG moc", and credit for the tail must of course again go to Misterzumbi and many others (sorry for not being able to mention everybody) This cars most important job is to CONTRAST the strictly western european collection I am making, by looking as "american" as possible. You should of course recognize this car from the Hotel Chat Noir moc... Lastly, a Scania-Vabis bus; The bus might seem a little on the small side; its a 6-wide model. I made it 6-wide because I wanted it to be compatible with 7-wide trains, but seeing it all together I may have to make the bus 7-wide, and which would mean trains in 8-wide. But... an 8-wide train is just too... HUGE! The bus is not build to any specific model, but rather incorporate details common around 1965 models. (If you Google these busses, you will find literary THOUSANDS -but not two equals! ;-) So, that was all for this time. Still a few vehicles left to build, so I will be back!


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