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Window Awnings from City Classics


HO — City Classics of- fers


injection-molded


plastic window awnings to add realism to HO- scale buildings. Five different widths are of- fered to fit most com- mon sizes of windows on HO structures. Each awning is easily as- sembled — simply fold down the sides and apply plastic cement. The awnings are ready for painting when dry and can be glued into place. The window aw- nings are sturdier than cardstock or paper versions, yet thin enough to easily fold into shape and look authentic. These plastic HO-scale window awnings will maintain their shape and do not require cutting from a sheet, as often is the case with card- stock and paper examples. In addition to HO, these awnings may also find se- lect applications on structures in larg- er scales such as S or even O.


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Modelers may select from five siz-


es: 3/8-; 7/16-; 1/2-; 5/8-; and 3/4-inch widths. Each size is packaged in sets of 12 at a suggested retail price of $9.98. An assortment set (#900) features a half


dozen of each awning size at $19.98. City Classics


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