Kit for a vehicle hall in concrete construction. With five vehicle parking spaces and gates to open. With a realistic replica of the corrugated iron roof as well as filigree rain gutters and downspouts. Ideal addition to the barracks No. 9607. Versatile use, for example as a workshop, warehouse, fire brigade vehicle hall, etc. Passage width 39 mm each, passage height 41 mm each. Interior length of the vehicle hall: 91 mm.
Size: 280 x 112 mm, 71 mm high.
The assembly of Busch building models is particularly easy thanks to a stable, pluggable substructure that is clad with the cut and coloured individual parts. In addition, all you need is a craft knife and model adhesive (e.g. Busch 7592 or 7599) or all-purpose adhesive (e.g. UHU® Kraft).
Fall of the Berlin Wall
To secure the GDR borders, the companies of the border troops were stationed in appropriate barracks. The type buildings in standardised large block construction used from the mid-1960s were prefabricated from prefabricated concrete parts and were used in several barracks at different locations in the GDR. The Busch building models perfectly reproduce the concrete structure of the original building. After the fall of the Berlin Wall and the dissolution of the GDR, some of the robust buildings were still used - including as accommodation for asylum seekers or businesses.