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I have all the Spot-On furniture so

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I have all the Spot-On furniture so
at some point I will put the three sections together and photograph it with the original furnishings for Greconville Life. When I constructed it, I omitted the corner strips because it interferes with the furnishing of it, but it makes it a trifle more fragile. I wonder what happened to your windows?
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2:24 AM on May 12, 2015 
Its a glue-it-together job. I can't understand why you have no windows, unless someone took them out. Do you have the big plastic wall windows that you can see in this photo?I had to work quite hard on mine to replicate some of the details as shown in the magazine picture but for it's time, it was an exciting house in comparison with what else was on the market. Have you taken a look at mine in Greconville tales? It is a great period piece.
Marion B
4:12 PM on May 11, 2015 
so do I there seems to be no space in the box for them. If I had bought this new I would have felt let down as it is just precut hardboard and plywood. Just noticed that there are no nails

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