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richard pincombe

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I'm not sure if you mean me or my youngest son.
He helped me find the Lego characters and set up the camera.
richard pincombe

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Hi Gazz, I have thought about changing the wheel size. But when you look at the real bus ( which we still have on the streets in London ) and on all the pictures the wheel are the correct proportion so I will leave them as they are I think.
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Hi Gazz, I have thought about changing the wheel size. But when you look at the real bus ( which we still have on the streets in London ) and on all the pictures the wheel are the correct proportion so I will leave them as they are I think.


That's cool, its still a great looking bus, I must say I've not really looked that closely to the real double decker (not that many around ware I live at the moment just single decks) bus wheel size but I will today.

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What more can I say.  A brilliant interpretation of such an iconic piece of British History.Congratulations to you, you should be so proud. Keep them coming.


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