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Offline John

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Inspired by DC batman -family matters -on T.V lastnight, 8 wide limo and the fact I have ahhhh 4wide limo that's ridiculously small and 4wide!! This ones got a hot tub and plenty of snacks ,maybe the driver could do with some though

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It's like some kind of a death car!  Bringing all those poor minidolls off to wherever minidolls go to die!
In fairness though it's a really imaginative build and great use of parts!

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Still plenty of time to build more limos ,especially before advent calendar month

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Ye olde kings transport ,only problem with 8wide is the 4 and 6 wide builders hadn't foreseen the dominance of the new emerging 8s, park outside the gates for now

Offline Patrick

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Love the limo John but I think the chauffeur needs his union sanctioned break.  He’s fading away to nothing!

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Worked to the bone , I can't see a problem ,and he's got a smile

Offline John

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A double act -a Christmas train and limo category ,although passenger comfort and safety are low priority. There is a 2 class system -chairs =1st and floor=2nd

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Are third class served in the buffet cart?? 

I do like the train though.  What did you use for the cowcatcher?

Offline Tom a.k.a. eastawat

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Are third class served in the buffet cart?? 

I do like the train though.  What did you use for the cowcatcher?

Those are Technic panels... wonder if they only catch Technic cows?

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Gets rid of everything in its path ,it's heavy  ,it works better on carpet\fiber surface ,a better iteration for next year and more carriages