Valentine Diner (for Poser)
Valentine Diners were manufactured in Wichita, Kansas from the late 1930s into the mid-1970s. Valentine diners could be found all over the United States and were often located along major highways. This structure is based on a Nifty-Nine model that still stands (though currently closed) in Winslow, Arizona along the former Route 66. The small size, makes it ideal for Poser scenes. The diner is a poseable figure for Poser 5 and higher. Front and side doors can be opened or closed using ERC dials.
The following smart props included with the package: Awnings (2) Blender and blender cup Dishes: Bowl, plate, plate stack, cup, glass Utensils: fork, spoon, spatula Cookware: Pan and 2 pots Cash Register Coffee Urn Curtain Menu Menu Holder Mustard and Ketchup Bottles Napkin Dispenser Open/Closed Sign Roof Vent Soda Fountain Sugar Jar Stools (9)
All of the above props are parented to the diner.
The package also includes one light set.
For use in Poser 5 and above
For more information about Valentine Diners, check out Valentine Diners along Route 66 (link opens in new window).
May 15 2009
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