Step 3: Cut out the roof.

Cut the inside of the roof to accommodate the solar panel, use some of the plastic strip around the edges.
Then glue into place, along with the windows.
<p>I am going to have to keep this in mind when I start making my buildings, a thought though is, why not get a bunch of those solar lights, rig all of the solar panels on a board, and run the wires back to a battery pack that will power the lights</p>
&nbsp;&nbsp;cool! im still fininshing up my train layout and ill definitly add this to it
Man that's awe some I'll vote for ya.
For a moment when I saw the first picture i thought that it was all real
same here, thats pretty sweet.
Untill i saw that water bottle,"Hey wait a minute,I giant water bottle?"
Ha man thats Funny :P
u are obsessed with die-cast! I have 2 admit u got me hooked
When i looked at it i thought it was real.
Ha Ha, how funny!
That's a neat idea, solar powered models. You should add a picture of what the outside of the roof looks like with the solar panel.
this is a pretty cool idea and simple.

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