House Corner

This is the 1/35 Scale House Corner Plastic Model Military Diorama from Italeri. Suitable for Ages 14 & Older.

Italeri House Corner Plastic Model Military Diorama 1/35 Scale #556413
 Italeri # ita556413
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Italeri Item # ita556413
Specifications :
  • Scale: 1:35
  • Italeri Product Number: 556413
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"just OK"
Not real happy with this kit. It only has the outer walls and that is it. Nothing for the inner walls, so you will have to fab your own. Needs rubble at the base and a lot of work. I feel that there are better kits for the money here on Hobbylinc that would really do a better job and look a lot like a destroyed building. -

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  • Injection molded plastic parts with realistic details..
  • Simple assembly!.


  • Scale: 1:35
  • Italeri Product Number: 556413


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"The Perfect Diorama Pieces."
johncpo41 (www.hobbiesinabarn)
I combined this model with the Church Door section of the same category and made a terrific diorama with lots of possibilities for detailing a battle scene. I placed all the sections in such a way as to get a full perspective of an organized retreat of German paratroopers from the ruins. The depiction of the bombing of the Monte Casino Monastery was the theme I followed by incorporating several Dragon Model figure sets as well. The fit of the building sections were not of great importance as they were to be bombed out buildings! The detailing of the buildings were important however as I used broken plaster for ruins around the walls. This is a superb kit along with it's other part and anything related to depict ruins.

"Couldn't Resist the Blast from the Past"
jc (Missouri)
Man this has been around for decades and I just couldn't resist using it on my first diorama for the nostalgia. With a little work you can make this a nice part of any city diorama or you can just paint it up and use it as a backdrop, since their is no interior molded. I added some balsa wood flooring, door frame and damaged window frames, and filled the walls with plaster. Now I just have to finish the diorama I plan to use it on.

"Fun little kit - a bit under scale?"
These Italeri kits for adding some small structure to a diorama are pretty cool. They are plastic, not plaster (so not like the Verlinden structure kits) and many may find them much easier to assemble and paint - particularly if having built plastic models before. This is a very old kit, but a huge classic. In my opinion, it is slightly 'under-scale' but this is forgiveable since it's meant to be a building element on very small scale...

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