Task One gives us more of a tour of Dunny Town

2:00 PM on 09.22.2012 // Brian Szabelski
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Yes, that's a 7-Eleven Dunny

Previously, we mentioned Task One's Dunnytown customs and showed off the first three in the series. Now, we're getting a glimpse at the next 6 in the seroes. Three — the wood and stone houses and city hall-style Dunnys — were August releases and have already been sold, but the three September releases are available now. Those three? They're a 7-Eleven Dunny, a Motel Dunny, and a Treehouse Dunny we don't have a picture of at the moment. [UPDATE: Picture received!]

I love the 7-Eleven Dunny, including the little parking lot and the appropriate colors for the building. You can pick up the 7-Eleven, Motel and Treehouse Dunnys in Task One's shop for US$60 each. I might think of getting the 7-Eleven one ... what about you?

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