Family Buisness

Discussion in 'Scratchin' & Bashin'' started by eightyeightfan1, Oct 7, 2003.

  1. eightyeightfan1

    eightyeightfan1 Now I'm AMP'd

    While waiting for some stuff I ordered to finish my station, I'd thought I'd start this scratchbash project I've been planning for months.
    It started out as a City Classics Company house.

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  2. eightyeightfan1

    eightyeightfan1 Now I'm AMP'd

    I wwant it to be a deli or a corner store. I'm planning on putting it on the same street as my 'hood.

    I just ordered interior details(with my new catalog) for it.

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  3. Arlaghan

    Arlaghan Member


    I'm loving it thus far! Can't wait to see more.
  4. Lighthorseman

    Lighthorseman Active Member

    Can't Wait...

    Anticipating! :)
  5. Drew1125

    Drew1125 Active Member

    Great looking bash, Ed!
    Can't wait to see how it turns out!
    :cool: :cool: :cool: :cool:
  6. jon-monon

    jon-monon Active Member

    You always have neat buildings, Ed.
  7. Matthyro

    Matthyro Will always be re-membered

    Another good looking building Ed. Waiting for the next step now.
  8. eightyeightfan1

    eightyeightfan1 Now I'm AMP'd

    Thanks everyone.
    Here's the interior shot that I did this morning.

    Pizza anyone!
    Not a lot of places to sit down, but by the looks of the line, it must be good pizza.

    Hmmmm.....Large pepperoni and sausage please.

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  9. eightyeightfan1

    eightyeightfan1 Now I'm AMP'd

    Here's what'll it will look like through the windows. Guess it'll need some lighting.

    Looks busy honey, maybe we ought to find someplace else to eat.

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  10. MasonJar

    MasonJar It's not rocket surgery


    Nice work! It looks really good through the window. I love the table cloths and the handwritten menu boards!

  11. Sir_Prize

    Sir_Prize Member

    Awesome work! Looks right and true.
    Reminds me of this place back in Ohio.
    "Tavenelo's" (not sure on the spelling) was at one time a Gas
    station and garage. Well... By the time we moved down the road
    it was a Pizza place with some convient store items... Oh Ya!
    It was a Five-n-Dime. A little of everything ya might need, but
    town was to far or the snow to deep. Great Pizza! Great family!
    The floor was 3ft. above the ground, so the floorboards creeked.
    Also, the floor had sagging spots, not an spot even in the slightest.
    Today, The place would be shutdown for health laws, and codes.
    Even though... They had "pan" (thick) crust pizza before the "Big"
    joints. Awesome on a "snowed-in" winter day.
    Long time sinces I thought of the place... Thanks 88. :D
  12. eightyeightfan1

    eightyeightfan1 Now I'm AMP'd


    Church St Pizza is finished.

    Man, Roast Beef grinder sure sounds good.

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  13. eightyeightfan1

    eightyeightfan1 Now I'm AMP'd

    All lit up!

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  14. Tyson Rayles

    Tyson Rayles Active Member

    :cool: Excellent Ed! :cool:
  15. jim currie

    jim currie Active Member

    very nice work like the large glassed area just like a lot of places i can remember.:)
  16. CN1

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  17. Lighthorseman

    Lighthorseman Active Member


    Looks like just the place for "Gauge Pizza Night"! Great work, Ed. :)
  18. sumpter250

    sumpter250 multiscale modelbuilder

    Next time I'm down around Church Street, I'll have to stop in for some of that pizza!
    Very nicely done!
  19. jon-monon

    jon-monon Active Member

    I LOVE IT! Start your LPBs out in fast food!

    Now you can make a warped tan disc (dough), suspended by fine magnet wire ( or one of wifeys hairs) over an LPB with his arm up!
  20. Gary Pfeil

    Gary Pfeil Active Member

    Ed, that looks awesome! Love the tablecloths! And the term grinder places it squarely in New England (at least as far as I know) I was in New Hampshire last month and it was my sons first time up there, we stopped at a pizza joint where there was a sign for grinders, he asked me what they were! You never see that around here. Here they are subs. Funny how different areas call things by different names. Opens up the possibility of making an error in a model such as this if you are modeling an area other than where you've lived. (Hope you're not modeling N.J.!)

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