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Condition: Partly Furnished
Bedrooms: 2
Price: §45.193
Lot Size: 2×4
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This is a fantasy lot. I contains 2 trams with a little bit furniture to be played as a residential lot. All objects in this post are my creations, both meshes and recolors.
It is childish cause all my creations are childish. Someone at MTS2 asked me if I could post the trams that were seen in one of my pictures. I’m submitting it here.

The files:
“Tram-building-Clean, contains only the lot;
“TramwayCollection”, is a collection of all the objects used in the lot and should be placed in the Collections folder;
“TramIncludedObjects, contains all the custom objects used to build the trams. All objects are full recolorable.

List of the Objects Used:
Vehicle Window – is a clone of the EP Pets Atomica Window in a larger and higher version. Poly Count 208; price 140 simoleons. It is slaved to the Pets original. A red recolor is included.
Tram Door – is a clone of the Base Game Value Door, made higher and metalic. Poly Count 502; price 80 simoleons. Both Door and Windows have proper Diagonals. A metalic Red recolor is included.
Number Plate – is a sculpture shaped as a vehicle number plate, is AL adjustable, is placed from the inside of the room but projects on the outside wall of the tram. Poly Count: 126; price 15 simoleons.
Number Plate Light – a special small light to be placed on the top of the number plate. Poly count: 282; price 105 simoleons
Tram Sign – is also a sculpture shaped as direction sign. Poly count: 126; price 15 simoleons.
Vehicle Light – is a lamp to be placed in front of the tram. Poly count 282, price 105 simoleons.
Sign Light – is a double lamp to be placed on the top of the Tram sign. Poly count 564, price 105 simoleons.
Ceiling Top – is a clone of the upper part of the Base Game School bus, but is full recolorable both body and stripe. Poly count 780; price 550 simoleons
Tram wires – is a sculpture to be placed on the top of the tram. The wires connect to each other and can even cross the roads. Poly count 400; price 150 simoleons.
3 yellow walls for the tram. The red recolor is available at MTS2 in my post for a “Playable Train” (red, green and blue).

All the lamps cast light in the night, like a vehicle.

I used simpe, milkshape and Photoshop 7.
IrfanView for photos.

Required Expansion Packs:
University Nightlife Open For Business Pets Seasons Bon Voyage Freetime Apartment Life
Required Stuff Packs:
Happy Holiday Family Fun Glamour Life Celebration H&M Teen Style Kitchen & Bath Ikea Home Mansion & Garden
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  1. Absolutely fantastic! Thank you so much for this, your first upload!

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  2. Looks like great fun!

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  3. What a great lot, and I dont think its childish as we have old trams here in nz being used as houses! https://www.teara.govt.nz/en/hauraki-coromandel-places/2/6 (its the kiwi dyi thats in the blood! 🙂 ) And heres some more that have been made into and inn/motel (not sure where they located though!) https://inhabitat.com/controversy-bed-and-breakfast-upcycled-from-old-trains/controversy-inn-hotel-made-from-old-trams-13/ trains though not trams, but hey not much difference!

    I think these would be great as apartments!! Lovely job and great work on the details, congrats on the first upload!

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  4. Originally Posted by LadyAngel
    Absolutely fantastic! Thank you so much for this, your first upload!

    Thanks for the opportunity. I loved your site. Have been around reading your instructions and for the first time I learned how to post correctly, easy and straight. I really didn’t know a lot of the information you supply here. Very useful!

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  5. I’m so pleased. 🙂 You keep uploading stuff like this and you’ll make my members very happy! lol

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  6. This is wonderfully different! I could use this in my gypsy town! Great job!!! 🙂

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