M.T. Arms Hotel Kit

This is an HO Scale Plastic Structure Kit of the M.T. Arms Hotel Building by Design Preservation Models.

Design-Preservation M.T. Arms Hotel Kit HO Scale Model Railroad Building #woo11900
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$29.49
 
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Design Preservation Models Item # dpmwoo11900
Features :
  • The M. T. Arms Hotel has an old fashioned downtown building appeal.
  • Extreme realism is displayed with this building.
  • Architectural design of the times is in true detail with this kit.
  • Large wall sections are molded in a cream colored plastic and are etched in fine detail of brick and cement.
  • Four story building full of windows: -The first floor windows are big and wide with long vertical bi-rectangular windows above them.
  • -The other three floors contain two long types of windows next to each other that would slide upward to open.
  • Transparent plastic sheets are provided to add glass effect to the windows.
  • White styrene sheet is used for the roof.
  • This is the quick and easy route in giving life to layout or creating your HO scale city, village, town.
  • You may paint this building according to the picture on the package.
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Spotlight Review

 
"Different options"
Erikearnest
I kit bashed mine made some fun changes and mad it into a background building, easy build need some sanding an fine tuning to get it to fit great but easy to build and paint

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Features

  • The M. T. Arms Hotel has an old fashioned downtown building appeal.
  • Extreme realism is displayed with this building.
  • Architectural design of the times is in true detail with this kit.
  • Large wall sections are molded in a cream colored plastic and are etched in fine detail of brick and cement.
  • Four story building full of windows: -The first floor windows are big and wide with long vertical bi-rectangular windows above them.
  • -The other three floors contain two long types of windows next to each other that would slide upward to open.
  • Transparent plastic sheets are provided to add glass effect to the windows.
  • White styrene sheet is used for the roof.
  • This is the quick and easy route in giving life to layout or creating your HO scale city, village, town.
  • You may paint this building according to the picture on the package.

Specs

  • Scale: HO 1:87
  • Width: 7-3/4" (19.7cm)
  • Depth: 2-3/4" (7cm)
  • _ Height: 6" (15.2cm)
  • Design-Preservation Product Number: WOO11900
  • Walthers Product Number: 243-WOO11900

Includes

One HO Scale M.T. Arms Hotel Plastic Model Building

  • Vehicles, decals, figures, landscape and accessories NOT included
  • Product VARIES from picture



Reviews

  
 
"MT Arms"
collinsjkc123
Another great kit from Walthers cornerstone series. Fun to build looks great on my layout. Keep em coming

 
"Beautiful Building"
Jon S (Pittsburgh Pa)
Another great building from DPM This model looks fantastic . Take your time with the detail , paint window frames first , dab ( don't brush ) with a small brush around the windows and detailed trim for best results . You will be impressed with the results . Sand joint edges first before painting , remove all dust and get creative with color choices . Add your own touches . Use a square when assembling and secure with rubber bands until glue sets . Repeat this process with all DMP models . I use left over roofing material for window shades to add a nice finish . You'll be impressed with the final results , as I am . They could supply window decals and a stronger roofing material , but , over all , a fantastic product here

 
"great building"
victorleepatterson
This is a great building. It is a bargain--a lot of building for the price. I like that it is tall--the building has bulk without sprawling out and having a large footprint. Nice detail. A lot of opportunity for precision detailed painting schemes. An old-fashioned aire. Some of the windows have sprues in them from the manufacturing process. These would be a pain in the neck to actually remove. But I plan to add to them to create individual room air conditioners sticking out these occassional windows. I will use foam-core board to create actual floors and dividing walls between the two units. Don't forget that clear plastic is invisible--it doesn't look like a window unless there is a curtain, shade, sign attached to it. A tiny flyer or notice stuck to the window--floating in space--gives the illusion that there is a window there.

Comments

  • Airbrush painting is the preferred method of painting.
  • Use black construction paper to give your building the illusion of being occupied by blocking the light.
  • Use Woodland Scenics for decals, landscape and terrain modeling.