LASERKit Two-Story Farmhouse Kit, HO Scale
LASERKITS® are quick, easy and fun to build for any modeler. The novice will be thrilled with the ease of construction, the easy-to-follow instructions, and professional look of the completed model. The experienced modeler can modify and super-detail each kit into a one-of-a-kind creation. LASERKITS are designed with a Computer Assisted Drafting (CAD) program, then laser-machined and engraved from high-quality wood (and occasionally styrene) with incredible precision. The resulting edges require little, if any, sanding, and yield exact-fitting parts with accurate details. Siding and roof pieces are tabbed and slotted for error-free assembly. All windows, doors, roofing materials, shingles, and trim boards are laser-cut, and include a self-adhesive backing, which has been thoroughly tested and found to hold under the most adverse conditions. All kits are made in the USA.
This charming 2-story house looks great down on the farm or in town. Features an attached rear kitchen, an incredibly delicate front porch with laser-cut trim and steps, 'tin' style roofing, and two white metal chimneys. HO scale kit includes 100% laser-cut wood clapboard siding with tab and slot construction, plus peel & stick layered window system. American Model Builders LASERKIT no. 140.
Footprint: 4.75 inches long x 3.25 inches wide; 4.25 high. Rear lean-to adds 1.25 inches depth.
WARNING: This product can expose you to chemicals, including Wood Dust which is known to the State of California to cause cancer. For more information, go to: www.p65warnings.ca.gov
Customer Reviews of This Item
Farmhouse kit becomes Lydecker's Store
by Mike Berger
I used two of these kits to build a 1:87 model of the Lydecker Store (now Freeman Store and Museum) built in 1859 on Church Street in Vienna, VA. The model is based on an 1864 photo of the building. I used two kits because the house had to be made longer and deeper, and required additional windows and doors. You can find photos at the Pinterest board "Historic Vienna" or at www.historicviennainc.org.