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Triang bungalow
Given this today, the only thing missing is the window pack. What would other members do? It has the original box and delivery label
Posted on May 11, 2015 Full Size|



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4:41 AM on May 12, 2015 
Could Trevor make you the windows, know he can make the plastic doors for other houses,, think he needs photo and dimensions but you would have to ask him as not absolutely sure.
Val Hill
6:12 PM on May 11, 2015 
Aaaahhhhhh no! Don't scrap it! It would be a wonderful challenge to make up.
Marion B
4:05 PM on May 11, 2015 
Think I will just scrap it .as it is just bare hardboard and cut plywood. It would be too much work for me. Wonder where the windows went as there is no space in the box.
12:48 PM on May 11, 2015 
I agree with Julie, but I would be inclined to try and get hard Perspex cut to size and then using something like masking tape very carefully try to copy the outline of the window frames and bars. It may not be too costly to give it a go and if the idea fails, chuck the Perspex out!!!, Look for Perspex, Acrylic suppliers in your local phone book.
9:44 AM on May 11, 2015 
I'll repeat here what I've posted in the Forum:

A tricky one, Marion! The windows are going to be almost impossible to find. They are the same design as those on the A, B, and C Bungalows, and the U and V houses, which are rarely seen for sale, and the windows are often missing or damaged when they are. I suppose I would construct non-opening substitutes to fit the openings from acrylic/butyrate sheet and either white-painted wood or Plastruct mouldings. Do you have the "reeded glass" doors? They would be much harder to create replacements for.

This is a rare model, and to find one in unused condition, doubly so! Rosemary has had one from when it was sold in the My Home magazine offer, and it is the precursor of the very similar C Bungalow. It will take up a lot of space once put together!

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