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Selling a very partially built Garfield kit. I built the foundation/first floor, first floor stair, and about 1/4 of the second floor stair before coming to grips with the fact that building dollhouses is just not for me. All remaining parts and instructions are still in the box and of course this sale includes what I have already built. I'm asking **edited out** for the kit as-is. Please note this is the kit as it comes only, no shingles, siding, or finish materials included. I'm willing to deliver to anywhere in the Denver metro area. Thanks!  

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Woopsie, just saw that. I read the rules, but was bombarded by two toddlers while doing so and missed that sentence . . . my bad. Just tried to edit the post to remove that info but didn't see how too. Thanks!

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