A Packard, Hudson car dealership

Packard and Hudson were still strong contenders after the war in the late forties and came up with some innovative cars in the early fifties. Studebaker was right in there as well, but that's another story. There aren't any garage stalls in the kit were the cars are serviced so I have to ignore that necessary factor. The 1929 Packard out front and Hudson built the Essex which is to the right represent the two car lines advertised on the building. Amoco oil company means nothing to me I never had anything to do with that outfit.

 I built the truck garage away from the main building to give it some independence. Both structures were given the peeling paint effect for an aged look.