I finally put together one of my mini-capsule Toy Story machines, the Pizza Planet one. Not finished yet. I have to apply all the teeny tiny decals for it and the 6 "capsules" that will be in it. The entire 6 machines all have their own tiny 6 capsules with stuff to put on them, etc. Very cool!
And agonizingly precise with the TINY decals, too. I need tweezers!
For now, the unfinished machine will sit among the other Pizza Planet stuff I have already bought-and-got.
And my fave colour is RED! (o: Buzz Lightyear Approved, too.
I have a collection from the bankrupt Vidámpark of Budapest: A car from the dark ride named Tréfás Dzsungel (Earlier: Szellemvasút) and a Italian bumper car.
I want to make both cars work again. I already have a few parts for the dark ride car and it's chassis is being re-manufactured right now. The bumper car is more of a challenge, since I have no spare parts for it and ordering everything for it isn't cheap. (I was lucky enough to get a few parts of the dark ride car from the original seller, but sadly, I was late with the question about the bumper car's parts and he threw everything he had away.)
Last edited by xSpirit on Sun Oct 28, 2018 11:32 am.
^ Just a suggestion, but if you can't put either of the cars back together, as new, you might try keeping them outside (do you have a yard where you live?) and put various large outdoor plants in pots, in both of them.
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