A new home for my Subbuteo

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zulublue
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Re: A new home for my Subbuteo

Post by zulublue » 29 May 2015, 09:27

Nice one looks neat and tidy and very plush mush.
Ute :black:
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Re: A new home for my Subbuteo

Post by Chairzulus » 01 Jun 2015, 10:12

Hiya my collection although modest at 66 heavies sits in the wardrobe what does everyone else do who wants to show their collection off I have some great teams and colours and I would like to show them off but without them getting dusty?

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Re: A new home for my Subbuteo

Post by skell » 01 Jun 2015, 10:59

Mine is a bloody mess tbh....I had them neatly housed in a bookcase a few years ago but my ahem collecting bug has kicked in leaving it looking like this !!....ps my missus has got an issue with it,mind you they are in the bedroom :roll:
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Re: A new home for my Subbuteo

Post by lloydie1109 » 01 Jun 2015, 11:35

You should be the master in your own bedroom Mark!!!!!!!!!!!

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Re: A new home for my Subbuteo

Post by ian_tambo » 01 Jun 2015, 16:29

It's getting to be like readers wives this - Skell, your's ain't much to write home about;)

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Re: A new home for my Subbuteo

Post by odoiporos » 01 Jun 2015, 18:31

!!! Nice!!! :D :D :D
How many teams you have there? :D all catalogued :D ?
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Re: A new home for my Subbuteo

Post by Chairzulus » 01 Jun 2015, 20:40

Blimey skell that is some collection I was thinking a couple of ikea glass cabinets but you can't really display that many teams in those

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Re: A new home for my Subbuteo

Post by MahlerOO5 » 02 Jun 2015, 16:19

Skell, you are only an earth tremor away from disaster, spend money on an extra bookcase unit pronto please.
HW teams needed- 237
OHW; 37,38
RugbyHW: 9,24,27,29,31,33,36 Celluloids: 28 green;39;55

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Re: A new home for my Subbuteo

Post by rigger67 » 04 Jun 2015, 13:26

MahlerOO5 wrote:Skell, you are only an earth tremor away from disaster, spend money on an extra bookcase unit pronto please.
Or a quality bit of how's your father, of course :D

" Did the earth move for you, darling ?? "
" No, but my heavyweights fell off the top of the cupboard !"

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Re: A new home for my Subbuteo

Post by Focus On » 04 Jun 2015, 16:08

Perfect this is mine, holds 1-190 plus room for extra 100 teams, with none on top
used at the mo as pictured but was bought for the hw collection originally.

cost around 45 euros from Slovakia Baumax, have two
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