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1940's Service Station Kit

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This classic design comes from the Shell Oil Company during the late 1930's and early 1940's. Shell created an Art Deco look that was used all over the country where ever Shell gas was sold for brand recognition. This design also incorporated the new concept of service bays built into the main gas station office building. This design comes with two service bays, exterior door to the restroom behind the office, and an office/customer area.

This unpainted craftsman kit has 9 hand poured resin pieces, 24 hand poured cast pewter details including 2 'very modern' 1940's-50's gas pump kits and a tire pump stand for the island, photo etched brass overhead service doors, exterior signage decals and more pewter details make up this kit.

footprint 4.5" x 7" (Alloy Forms 1949 Studebaker not included in this kit - available separately.)

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