Deep Rock Gas Station-- Lefton's Roadside USA Collection: O Scale Building . SZ Limited

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Deep Rock Gas Station-- Lefton's Roadside USA Collection: O Scale Building
The original building which this miniature is modeled after is circa 1920 Ellensburg, Washington.

"Operated by the Home Oil Company, no driver could miss spotting the fanciful windmill design of Deep Rock which offered Wiz Fiz soda pop at 5c a bottle and the best cup of coffee for miles around. "
The building is about 10" high and 8" wide. 
This is a limited edition and has the Certificate of Authenticity.

Resin. Made in China.  Dated: 1995    #08608

Size: approx 7" tall x 8.5" wide x 6.5" deep-- Would work well with O Scale layout

New in box; never opened. This item comes in original box with minor wear from storage and age 


From the box: "When the first model T rolled off the assembly line, American life rolled off in a whole new direction. In fact, it changed the American way of life forever. Gas stations sprung up on the newly paved highways: not the sterile, impersonal self-service station we have today. In those halcyon days (when the service station attendant not only filled the tank, but washed your windshield, checked your oil and put air in your tires), each station was an architectural marvel. In addition to filling your tank, these bygone stations were also rest stops where you could enjoy a cold drink on a hot summer's day or a good cup of coffee to wake you up. The friendly proprietor would provide, at no extra charge, directions and a road map when it seemed that you were hopelessly lost. This was a simpler time in America, but nonetheless exciting. Just four little words, "Let's take a ride," brought an enthusiastic "Let's go!" from the entire family. So come on, let's take a ride. Join the adventure of traveling along Roadside, USA!"

New in box. Stock Photos Used
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