When it's on the layout you won't be able to see the backside so I didn't take a back of it but it has been painted and has the window glazing installed. To be honest the left side will be hard to see as well.
Edited by - Tyson Rayles on 02/04/2017 12:48:26 PM
The last thing needed for my oil dealership was load/unload stations. The one that is assembled (not glued or painted yet) is all that the kit picture in the catalog showed that you got for $25 so I was happy to see there was actually two plus two ramps (one of which won't be used). No need to post pics of the build as there really was only painting and gluing to be done. The last pic is of everything I now have to do the dealership other than fencing which I have gotten from Gold Metal Models.
Mike, looks great! Its going to look even better on the layout! One detail though. I noticed you put the hazard labels on the oil tanks. I'm not sure what year you are modeling, but I don't believe those labels appeared until the early 70's sometime. You might want to research that. Hopefully I am wrong.
Thanks Philip and yeah spring planting has begun. Only now with my knees and back they are planted in pots on the deck rather then in the ground! Thanks Mark and you are the fourth person to mention that about the labels. I could lie and say I'm modeling 1975 but it's supposed to be 1965 so I guess the labels will have to go.