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filmways presentation, dahling
Green Acres
...Scale Models
 
 
Geoff Potter, an Australian fan, created his own version of the Hoyt-Clagwell tractor factory!

It's definitely worth a tour, and it was even written up in Narrow Gauge Downunder magazine.
 
The Hoyt-Clagwell motto
 
 
Mr. Haney at the Parts Department
 
 
A closer view of Mr. Haney bartering for spare parts
 
 
Supplies coming in
 
 
Product shipping out
 
 
As always, Arnold receives top billing!
 
 
Oliver and Arnold visiting the factory
 
 
The overall display
 

 
Tom Troszak's mother created this EXCELLENT model of Oliver and Lisa's house as a gift for her son.
 
The front of the Douglas' House (FYI-Oliver is about the size of a dime)
 
 
Side view of the Douglas' House (note the "hotscakes" used to fix the roof!)
 
 
A close up of the front porch with Arnold
 
 
The rear of the farm
(note the shower and the cornfield where you'll find Eb's buddy the scarecrow!)
 
 
Bedroom side of the house
(Note the closet, that Alf and Ralph never quite finished, where you can see Lisa's clothes!)
 
 
Good shot of the rear of the house and the shower

Bill Hedges is in the process of building a scale model of Hooterville (1/87th).

He's off to an EXCELLENT start. Check back here to see future progress.
 
An aerial view of the Douglas' Farm
 
 
A front view of the Douglas' Farm
 
 
Mr. Haney's Farm
 
 
The Ziffel's Farm (Where's Arnold?)
 
 
On to Petticoat Junction (Note the sisters bathing in the water tower!)
 
 
The Shady Rest

Roger "Bear" Yurek is also in the process of building his own scale model of Hooterville.
 
He's off to a good start. Check back here to see future progress.
 
 
 
Here's a good shot of the completed project
 
 
The barn from the opening credits
 
 
Check out the Hoyt-Clagwell and the Hooterville volunteer firemen