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Diner . An -almost- typical american diner. . The roof is semi-transparent. I know that is not exactly prototypical, but works out really nice. It could have happened in 1959, yes it could! With a minimum of difficulty the roof can be removed; I wanted to show teh highly detailed kitchen and counter, but itīs really difficult. You should see a frying-pan and a coffee-machine. (among many other things) Two cupboards and the refridgerator actually opens. I ran out of space, but the use of panels almost yielded another stud of width... The semi-transparent roof allows for a nice interior lighting effect; I havent decided on the NAME yet. Suggestions welcome!


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