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Motor House . Home is where the house is. . So I'm standing outside my house, waving goodbye to some guests, and I turn to look at it. And I'm struck with a thought. "This thing would look awesome on treads!" Such was the inspiration that led to my construction of the Motor House. (And a basement floor covered in little piles of extra parts). The house is equiped with headlights, a camera, and a flood light. The smoke cloud is made of twelve Technic ball joints and some SNOT bricks. I hear minifig hands have great reception... The house is festooned with lights and vents, and a decorative license plate. Interior view, with boiler/ oven, and some valves. Our domestic tinkerer and former swashbuckler sits in the comforts of his single couch, holding the steering remote. Don't lose that one between the cushions! It's a cozy place, if you can get used to hoses gurgling and caterpillars rumbling. What's on the tube? A bunch of barren rock rolling past, most likely.


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