I’m so glad that we now have 1/64 dioramas like Greenlight which came up with their first 3 Mechanic’s Corner sets with just a bit of disappointment as they did not include a full roof on it. On my 121st post, Tomica under their Tomicarama series also came up with their I believe first TLV Police Station diorama.
Here is the assembled diorama. Below I will show the unboxing and accessories included.
As you can see in the last few pictures, the accessories are place in the box and inside the building. What got me curious was the cardboard place on the right side of the building.
I found out that it was because the door even opens.
Here I assembled the accessories which included sidewalks and the telephone pole with a sign which I will guess indicates police station and probably the name of the city/town.
The fences before and after fully assembled.
It also comes with furnitures, police figurine, bicycle and trash bins.
I wonder what the policeman is looking at?
Oh I almost forgot, he wanted to remind us that this set does include a Datsun bluebird patrol car.
This is a really detail nicely made diorama. I like that it also includes a roof which can be removed, an opening door and realistic looking accessories. One complain I have is the area of the sidewalk where the car can be parked was not molded the shape of a driveway and would be pretty high for the car to drive over without scraping the chassis.
Since this is geared towards adult collectors do not let any kid play with it as not only is this pricey, there are also small parts that can be swallowed. I would also highly recommend handling with caution as the parts included are pretty fragile including the roof unlike the Greenlight which can probably withstand a bit of handling by kids.