Junior's Shiner

Down by the tracks is the location for this
early mobile home fit for any time from the 1930's to the present.
The nickname "shiner" came from the unpainted aluminum siding
used on many of the early models.

It is a laser-cut kit featuring styrene sides and a wood core.
It has been totally re-engineered for easy assembly. Included are
venetian blinds, brass door knob, color awning, and oil tank.
Footprint, without awning, is 29' x 10'. S Model shown.

#07405    -     S Scale     -     $ 44.95

#17405    -     O Scale     -     $ 49.95




B.T.S. Home Page!

Last Changed on: Nov 12, 2005
© 1998-2005 -- All Rights Reserved