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GARAGE LIFE - OLDTIMER VOLKSWAGEN "SERVICE AND REPAIR" WORKSHOP . Proud to present my last MOC: an OLDTIMER VOLKSWAGEN "SERVICE AND REPAIR" GARAGE for the VW BULLI/BUS/SAMBA/KOMBI. . Besides my passion for LEGO bricks I've always been involved in vintage car and motorcycle issues and I have always been fascinated by “garage life”. For this reason, after having built the last few years almost exclusively 1/13 scale trucks, last winter I devoted myself to a new project: a workshop for vintage VW Transporter (especially T1 and T2). The idea comes out from LEGO set #10220 which I bought in 2011 and has remained MISB (Mint In Sealed Box) until a few months ago. Then I built it transformig it in a canvas pickup (I presented it 3 weeks ago on flickr and MOCpages). In order to build the internal of the workshop I watched my real garage where I used to spend a lot of time restoring and repairing old motorcycles and bicycles. There are many tools and details in the workshop. Let’s take a look. A workbench, with wrenches and vise, is positioned at the center of the workshop. There are also a mobile roller cabinet with four drawers and the air compressor. Beside the workbench is positioned a column drill press (is one of the pieces that I prefer in this moc). Close to the right door there is the oxy-acetylene welder. There is also the folding engine crane. There are others little details in this garage which I like very much. Thanks to Stag (and his superb moc “Hangar”) and Konajra (and his great moc “Oldtimer restoration”) for the inspiration of some details. Last winter I spent many nights to build this workshop and I'm very satisfied with this MOC. My Canvas T1 comes out from the garage after a check... It's all right now! The doors are closed but the guys are working hard. Don't worry, come in! Above, the garage in plain sight. Don't miss the details. Soon probably others Transporter will be recovered in this garage… wait and see! That’s all folks!

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