Back when an order for "sinkers and suds" brought you donuts and coffee, gleaming stainless steel restaurants like the Walthers Cornerstone Miss Bettie's Diner sprang up from coast to coast. Resembling railroad dining cars, these structures became hallmarks of the streamline era. Miss Bettie's Diner brings the glitz of those days to the streets of your layout. It's a natural on Main Street or just outside of town along a busy highway. Like the prototypes, this detailed, easy-to-build plastic kit (the prototypes were kits too!) includes streamlined fluted sides, large windows and a complete interior with tables, stools and counter, plus a small outdoor refrigerator shed and colorful signs.
Streamlined diner for 1930s to the present layouts
Fluted sides, large windows
Easy-to-build plastic kit
Molded in appropriate colors
Measures: Diner: 6 x 2-7/8 x 1-5/8" or 15 x 7.1 x 4cm, Refrigerator Shed: 1-1/8 x 1-1/8 x 1-3/4" or 2.8 x 2.8 x 4.3cm