NEW ORLEANS STREETCAR MODEL
OcCre’s Desire 922 Streetcar model is a meticulously designed and detailed scale representation of one of the world’s oldest and most iconic streetcars.
The construction kit includes all the parts needed to assemble the streetcar accurately and realistically, with elements such as the base, passenger compartments, exterior details and wheels closely resembling the original streetcar.
With high-quality materials and a focus on craftsmanship, the model offers a rewarding building experience and an impressive end result that captures the essence of historic elegance.
“A Streetcar Named Desire” is the title of a 1947 Pulitzer Prize-winning play by Tennessee Williams, adapted in 1951 for the big screen by director Elia Kazan.
“Desire 922,” written by Tennessee Williams, is a 12-time Academy Award-winning play, including Best Picture in 1952.
It was also recognized on Broadway with a Pulitzer Prize. The story is set in the French Quarter of New Orleans and is inspired by the legendary “Desire 922″ streetcar line, which stopped running in 1948.
Discover the fascinating connection between art and history as you immerse yourself in this unique experience.
SCALE: 1/24, G-45
LENGTH: 22.2″ (562 mm)
LENGTH WITH TROLLEY: 23.7″ (602 mm)
WIDTH: 4.1″ (104 mm)
HEIGHT: 5.6″ (142 mm)
HEIGHT WITH TROLE: 7.5” (190 mm)