Scenic Detail

This Woodland Scenics Scenic Details Kit Contains A Gas Station That Can Be Used On Any HO Scale Model Layout.

Woodland Scenic Detail Gas Station Kit HO Scale Model Railroad Building #d223
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$23.59
 
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Woodland Scenics Item # wood223
Specifications :

Scale: HO 1:87

  • Woodland Product Number: D223
  • Walthers Product Number: 785-D223
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Spotlight Review

 
"Very Nice Kit"
Vince (San Tan Valley,AZ)
This is a very easy kit to build and paint.I placed this old time gas station in the old part of town.The metal in this kit is nice and heavy which makes it easy to handle and decorate.It would have been nice if there were a few more pieces.

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Features

  • Thoroughly researched and finely crafted HO scale reproductions.
  • Highly detailed white metal castings.
  • Easy to assemble and fun to paint.
  • Each one of these replicas are fantastic and neat looking!
  • Resembles an early Phillips 66 gas station complete with pumps, and billboards, barrels, Phillips 66 sign, and more.
  • Add color, interest and authenticity to your layout!
  • Instructions provided.

Specs

Scale: HO 1:87

  • Woodland Product Number: D223
  • Walthers Product Number: 785-D223

Includes

One Gas Station Kit


Requirements & Suggestions

  • Assembly
  • White Glue or CA Glue
  • Mini-Scene Paint Set M-125 or Flat Hobby Paint
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Reviews

  
 
"Great addition to layout"
joe.defeo (Lewes, DE)
The is a very detailed and well made kit. It brings back memories of the small gas stations that existed in inner city neighborhoods in large cities. If you are Modeling 1930-1960 era this is a great addition to the layout.

 
"Nice little service-station"
rwebster25
Got this for the lay-out I'm building for my grandson because it reminded me of my great-grandfather's Socony (before it became Mobil) station in Wethersfield, CT, back in the early 1900's. A fun little kit & easy to make. TIP: I carefully cut-out the transfer-decals & applied w/drop of super-glue...works great & looks even better! (trying to rub off the tiny little things onto the tiny little parts is nuts!!!). Great-looking little gas station at a great price!

Comments

Castings are somewhat brittle and require careful handling.

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