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Mid-Century Tiki Architecture Kits for Model Train Sets!
Miehana
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Joined: Apr 03, 2002
Posts: 27
From: Los Angeles
Posted: 2010-12-02 3:21 pm   Permalink



Former Disney creative guru, and awesome good guy, Mike Cozart has unveiled the first prototype in
his tremendous series of classic space-age miniature kits for model train enthusiasts.
His fictitious "Aloha Lanes" bowling alley includes an A-framed coffee shop and cocktail lounge called the "Pele Room".



The series will include several modern department stores, shopping centers, car washes, theaters and more.
Seriously, this is one of the spiffiest new "gotta-have-its" that I've encountered in a long time.
The authentic detail is astounding, and Mike, ever the historian, truly knows his stuff. And obviously,
you don't have to have to be a Model Railroader to appreciate these objets d'architectural art.



No release date announced yet, but you can enjoy more lip-smacking images on Mike's blog:
http://mikecozartdesignandmodel.blogspot.com/2010/11/aloha-lanes-c-1960-southern-california.html



[ This Message was edited by: Miehana 2010-12-02 15:27 ]


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