O214 Auto Dealer O (front only)
... The town of Lockport, a far southwestern suburb of Chicago, birthed this brick beauty. It exists today as a rental place, but I'm guessing it must have originally been a car dealer or auto shop.
This kit is not just a flat, and the signs (only those shown) are easy to assemble.
A circa 1910-30 decorative brick front that can be found in almost any US city, suburb or town. Shown with signs for an auto dealer, but includes signs also for an auto repair shop or equipment rental business.
I revived the 3" relief idea with this kit so it includes 3" wide side walls and a roof. The roof installs with a slight curve to it. Something else new is that the signs (only the two shown) are pre-cut peel-and-stick, and the sign pieces are cast in dark blue. There is a hanging sign included for the other businesses also but it must be painted. The other signs and window dressings are on paper. Vehicles not included.
Approx. 13-1/2"W x 5-5/8"H x 3-3/8"D