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 Posted: Tue Jan 11th, 2011 07:26 pm
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Lawrence
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Given the apparent lack of manufacturers I thought I would have a go at making an office chair last night out of scraps, didn't quite get the scale right though.



The guy on the right really is an n scale figure the chair works out about 5mm x 2mm.

Z scale office furniture anyone? I'm really glad I only made one :roll:

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 Posted: Tue Jan 11th, 2011 07:28 pm
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Just right for his kids, though! :thumbs

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or a loo-seat...

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Maybe the manufacturers got the same result Lawrence - hence they don't do it any more ..............:roll:



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You could ship a thousand of them in an envelope!

Cheap! (Shipping that is)

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