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These Paper Models Are In Production. We'll make these and add them to the site as we have time: Crab Nebula, Buick Riviera, Camero, Citroen DS, Corvette Stingray, Jaguar E Type, King Kong, King Tut's Tomb, Kremlin, Monster Truck, Packard Hawk, Pathfinder Rover, Porsche Boxster, Sail Boat, Seattle Space Needle, StarTrek Voyager, USS Arizona, White House, Automata - "Kissing Heads", 1957 Chevy Bel-Air, Dodge Viper GTS*, Golden Gate Bridge, Dragon**, Stonehenge, Spruce Goose, Baby, Honda Civic, Boat - "SS Minnow", Rolls Royce, Bently Azure, Cat**, Dog**, Coca-Cola Can, 1967 Camaro, 1967 Firebird, Turtle, Snail, Golf Cart, Gingerbread House, Chevy 1964 Impala, Mini Cooper, Mini Cooper BMW, Lamborghini Diablo, New York City, Apollo Command Module, Lunar Lander, Paris Opera House, Chitty Chitty Bang Bang, San Francisco Streetcar, USPS Step-Van, Salt Lake City Mormon Temple, Cell Phone**, Flowers, VW Bus, IMCA Dirt Track Car, Uncle Sam Hat, Pentagon*, White House*, Big Boy Steam Locomotive and Tender, Petronas Twin Towers, Jack-Up Drilling Rig, Kangaroo, Moravian Star, Horse, USS Enterprise NCC 1701D, Skunk, U.S. Capitol Building**, 1949 Tucker, Trans-America Building, 1967 Ford Mustang, Ebbet's Field, Fenway Park, The Knesset, Western Wall (Jerusalem), Leaning Tower of Piza, Godzilla, Taliesen West, Guggenheim, Fallingwater House, Banjo, Amish Barn, Tractor, Bulldozer, Frontend Loader, Elephant, Acura Integra*, Golden Gate Bridge*, Beatles' Yellow Submarine, Magical Myster Tour Bus, Bruce Lee Paper Doll, Back To The Future DeLoeran, Model T, 1964 Shelby Cobra*, Liberty Bell, 1969 Corvette*, Toyota Supera*, Bluefin Tuna, Bass, Orient Express, Neuschwanstein Castle, BMW Mototcycle, Chateau Frantenac (Quebec City), Titanic, 1959 Cadillac, Santa in Sleigh*, Halloween Witch, 3-D Snowflake, Great Wall of China. Aurora Borealis (Northern Lights), Noah's Arc, Tower of Babel. Arc de Triomphe, Notre Dame Cathedral, Sacre Coeur Basilica, Obelisk on the Place de la Concorde, Louvre Museum and/or the Glass Pyramid, Pompidou Center Museum, a Bateau Mouche (Seine river tour boat), Metro Station ornate entrance, Pont du Gard (roman aquaduc in Provence), Coliseum (roman era in the city of Nimes). The Guggenheim Museum, The Metropolitan Museum, Falling Waters (Frank Lloyd Wright building), Seattle Space Needle, The Golden Gate Bridge, Cloit Towers, Montecello, Mt. Vernon, Sears Bldg., International Space Station, Abe Lincoln's Log Cabin, Sutter's Mill (struck gold, started the gold rush out west), The Mission in San Diego (first mission founded by Father Sere), A Souix teepee, An Iriquois long house, Hurst Castle, Winchester Mansion, The Super Dome, The St. Louis Arch, A paper model of a Mississippi Paddle boat (maybe the Mississippi Queen?), Independence Hall, Ben Franklin's First Post Office, A Main Lighthouse, A round Shaker barn, paper airplanes.aper dolls, paper planes, paper plane

 
 
 
 





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