This is the largest of the short series of three flat-packed bungalows, designated A, B and C. Their materials and method of construction are similar to that of the U and V houses, including colourful lithographed walls depicting external architectural details and internal furniture, light fittings and other accessories. (Please see the captions to pictures 61 and 62, subsequently, for a description of the U's construction). Bungalow C was the first of the three to be issued. Compare it with its prototype/precursor, the "My Home" magazine offer version, in the previous two pictures. (Bungalow C is actually listed in the 1961 catalogue as the "My Home" Dolls House - the designation changed in 1962, with the introduction of the two smaller models in the series, A and B). From 1962, Bungalow C was supplied with an ornamental pool to be displayed on the baseboard - this wasn't offered with the 1961 version. The car port is described in the catalogue, somewhat surprisingly, as "the main feature". The rear of the carport wing is very similar to that of Bungalow B - please see picture 57, later in this Album. The chimney in the central section is very similar to that of Bungalow A, but that model has a lithographed stone wall at the rear, with two much smaller windows. (The rear view of the A is shown in picture 60). (This photo courtesy of the Spielzeugmuseums in Nuremburg, Germany. Used with consent, via diepuppenstubensammlerin). Access to the model shown above is gained by removing the three roof sections, revealing six rooms and a hall. There is no complete interior view of an actual house available on site, but the full interior is illustrated in a line drawing in the next picture. The rooms from the left wing of the house above may be seen in picture 54; those from the right wing, in a different Bungalow C, may be seen in picture 55.