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McDonalds Tower (TFOMC 2012 Round 2) . A McDonald's skyscraper. All floors are removable and have detailed interiors. . My entry into The First Official Moccer Cup 2012 (Round 2). I am in the beginner level: The Skyscraper. When I saw the category, I was at a loss for ideas. I was planning to make a mini Empire State Building until I realized that there was already an Empire State Building set. Thus I decided to design my own skyscraper: The McDonald's Tower. In short, four McDonald's buildings stacked on top of each other. Some general views: Side view Back view Another side view. All floors are removable. First floor. The ground is SNOTted to allow for the parking spaces. Drive Thru. Counter and Menu inside. The first floor is where customers order food. Parking lot with a 2-wide truck. Second story with balcony and awning. Interior with a plant, two chairs, and a table. Third floor. It has three large windows in front. Some sort of counter, two chairs, and two tables. Fourth floor. Some flowers are present in front of the window. Notice the use of the hinge plate to make a flower sprout. Interior with two booths and a table. Roof with the familiar golden arches. The yellow Car Mudguard 4 x 2 1/2 x 2 gave me the idea for this skycraper. Bonus picture of how I made the tables and chairs. Some SNOT and jumper plates. The floors can be rearranged. Here is just one of the many ways it can be built: A normal McDonald's. Feedback is welcome.

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