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I still find it funny how this thread started. The first post for one of the greatest buildings of all time, was a QUESTION.
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What's with the rendering on the Chrysler Building page?

http://skyscraperpage.com/cities/?buildingID=83

I'll admit, its waaaay better than I could do, but I think there are several others that deserve the spot.
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Old Posted Aug 13, 2013, 6:27 AM
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What's with the rendering on the Chrysler Building page?

http://skyscraperpage.com/cities/?buildingID=83

I'll admit, its waaaay better than I could do, but I think there are several others that deserve the spot.
Just noticed it too. Someformofhuman's was significantly better.
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sorry to bump this page, not really though because the chrysler building is my favorite building in the entire world haha.. read through this thread, and many other sites.. theres absolutely no way for a tourist to go up to the top? even if its like a hallway in one of the offices? im planning a trip to nyc with my girlfriend and i would love it if i could get a closer look at this beauty
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