Custom Cases, The ThirdBy Peter Naulls. Published: 23rd Nov 2003, 00:39:51 | Permalink | Printable
The 'Nut Device' - in LegoAs a quick follow-on to our recent Iyonix tarting-up article, and the A7000 Lego case a while back, Peter Howkins has come up with another Lego case.
This time, it's a tower, in a fetching Acorn green, and the distinctive, if arguably dated, Acorn logo. Peter tells us it's still an A7000, but slightly updated, with about 120UKP worth of bricks from the new Lego store in Kingston.
Somewhat more, you might note, than the worth of the computer parts.
Lego case - nice carpet, Peter.
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