1970's Era Drive-Up Photo Kiosk...
1970's Era Drive-Up Photo Kiosk
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Back in the days when you had to actually get your camera film developed before you could see the photos that you took, before the advent of digital cameras and instant gratification, little hut-like buildings sprung up in the parking lots of shopping centers and big box retailers where you could drop your film off to get it developed. Much like when you get a latte today, you didn't even have to leave your car to do it!
This kit is modeled after the tiny drive-through photo kiosks that were commonly found in the U.S. from the late 1960's to the mid 1980's. It's a must for anyone modeling a commercial area on their layouts from this time period.
Parts for kit include 1 main bottom structure, 1 roof piece.
Assembly is required using model glue or plastic cement. Sanding and cutting also required. Parts shipped unpainted. Painting and weathering strongly recommended.
NOTE: Items may be printed in several different colors so as not to waste materials. The color of the item that is shipped may vary from the item pictured in the listing.
All signage, vehicles, figures, foliage, and other accessories found in the photos are not included.
THIS KIT CONTAINS SMALL PARTS NOT INTENDED FOR USE BY CHILDREN UNDER THE AGE OF 14
Minnesota residents will be charged 6.875% sales tax.