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HO Olympia Tool & Die Co.

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"Configurable" Kit - Builds into ONE of over a DOZEN different wall combinations!

Basic L-shaped building configurations are 6" L x 3" W x 3.25" H

*** NOTE :This kit also builds into this Full Flat

          measuring 18.25" L x 0.5" W x 3.25" H !  ***


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HO scale #4156 Olympia Tool & Die Co. is another of ITLA Scale Model's

"Configurable" Kits - It builds into ONE of over a DOZEN different wall combinations!

This model includes "3D" laser etched detailed surfaces on every wall.  

A total of 9 Roof Top details including many of our new vent styles shown below.


Our Wall details include "3D" laser etched, worn & spalling brick, with surface applied details such as electrical conduits, meters, window / door headers & sills, steps, handrails, vents, pilasters, cornice trim & capping.  

Rear Loading Dock walls enable rail or truck service and features spalling brick, separately etched door and bump strips (The dock door can be modelled in an open position).

full colour sign sheet includes the "Olympia Tool & Die Co." building names, many faded "ghost" signs, advertisements, posters and billboards for you to choose from.


Basic L-shaped configurations are 6" L x 3" W x 3.25" H with "3D" laser etched details on all walls.

This kit will also build into a FULL FLAT or SHALLOW RELIEF structure.

ITLA HO 4156 Olympia Tool & Die can be configured into these building footprints and many more (they require your custom made roof panel from Foamcore, cardstock or styrene) ... 

Thanks again to our custom builder and friend Dave Ross for his fantastic modelling, prototyping, and vision in the development of this kit.

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