For those of you that intend to purchase all or most of these kits, realize that they actually interlock into one very large scene that is roughly four (!!!) feet
long. I was fortunate to have the funds available to purchase all seven kits and I am told that more are on the way so who knows how large this bad boy will end up!
With this in mind, the fences that come with most of the kits, placement is very important since they overlap and/or interlock from one scene to the next. Realize that the fit of the bases is somewhat ragged although filing the base
interfaces can result in a relatively seamless display. I suppose one could mount everything on a sub base of foam or plywood for added stability but you're going to end up with a very heavy and large display, albeit a very cool one.
Again, keeping in mind how many kits one may purchase, you'll probably want to be consistent with the color scheme so that the street and sidewalk colors are uniform.
I approached this by painting all my bases (and fences for that matter) at the same time with the same paint source which, in my case, were rattle cans of flat tan, dark gray and white (for the fence sections). 4/29/19