I thought awhile back I mentioned building this model and soon putting up a photo. The Plasticville Diner itself consists of four walls and a roof. I added counters, interior door, stools, wall dressing, and people. The counters are from the Plasticville Frosty Bar with the wall sections cut off. The cooking area is also from the Frosty, with stove like printed card stock , cabinets and backsplash from The Virtual Arm Chair General's PI's apartment interior (I think). The door from the Frosty was in good condition and has a round window which I thought looked just right for the door between the kitchen area and the front.
Plasticville buildings by Bachman are either HO (1:87) or O (1:48) guage are generally available in most trainshops and on ebay for similar prices. We use O guage since the buildings were originally made to use with both S and O, so that our figures, 28mm (or there abouts), fit right in.
Over the last year I was lucky enough to find five or six bunches of misc.O guage buildings, anywhere from two to 20 buildings in the bunch some with missing parts but generally in good condition, a little dirty but they wash up easy. For the missing parts I just found a solution at the Evansville, In. train meet and flea market. I met Jim Jaehnen and he had a pile of Plasticville buildings in O guage for sale. Ben bought 5 or six buildings and I found out about his parts and pieces. So I made a list of missing walls and cupolas to send him. If you want his address please ask, he does not have a web site.
While putting together a list of missing parts I had to temporarily put together my buildings and they number 25 plasticville buildings and that is not the entire line of Plasticville buildings. Ben has five or six more and with Old Glory's Chicagoland buildings we have over 40 modernish buildings for pulp and whatever gaming.