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28 MARCH: THE BROOKLIN DIARIES

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28 MARCH: THE BROOKLIN DIARIES

Hello to you and a very sincere wish of wellness to you. Wherever you are in the world we are sure that you have been affected by the CV19 virus and we hope that you are safe. This will be our last blog for at least 2 weeks as the UK is not doing so well and Brooklin Models will be closing for the safety of the staff here. We...

BROOKLIN MODELS AND THE RICHMOND ASSEMBLY PLANT

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BROOKLIN MODELS AND THE RICHMOND ASSEMBLY PLANT

The Ford Richmond Assembly Plant in Richmond, California, was the largest assembly plant to be built on the West Coast. It was first opened on August 1, 1931, replacing an older facility across the Bay in San Francisco. The Richmond location was chosen in part due to its direct deep water outlet for freighters in the Pacific trade, which included Seattle and Portland. Designed by architect Albert Kahn, it is...

20 MARCH: THE BROOKLIN DIARIES

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20 MARCH: THE BROOKLIN DIARIES

Hello everyone and welcome to another blog from the Brooklin factory in Bath. For now we remain open and we are workin hard to build the models as usual. Stay safe and follow all of the health advice and we will get through this difficult time    

BROOKLIN MODELS @AUTOMOBILIA SHOW

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BROOKLIN MODELS @AUTOMOBILIA SHOW

Thanks to our great friend John Kuvakas, we had the chance to show some of our products, in particular the most recent ones, at the Automobilia Show in Chicago last Saturday 14th of march.     For us, the show was a great opportunity to meet a lot of people who are very passionate about model cars and collecting in general. We were able to show them what Brooklin has...

13 MARCH: THE BROOKLIN DIARIES

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13 MARCH: THE BROOKLIN DIARIES

Hello and greetings for this week. The world is in quite a mess at the moment due to the Coronavirus and we hope that you are all safe and well. Fingers crossed that this will all be over soon

HOW MUCH DO YOU KNOW ABOUT BROOKLIN & ISRAELI ARMY VEHICLES

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HOW MUCH DO YOU KNOW ABOUT BROOKLIN & ISRAELI ARMY VEHICLES

Brooklin and Israeli Model Cars Collectors Club  The Club was started in 1997 by Igor Zizlis, great collector of model cars, and some friend collectors in Israel. It was active until 2002 and then reopened in 2012. Igor wanted to make some special models of what was made in Israel or been in Israel and he chose Brooklin, because of very good models produced and the limited editions. He started...

06 MARCH: THE BROOKLIN DIARIES

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06 MARCH: THE BROOKLIN DIARIES

Hello, everyone. We hope that you have had a great week. What better way to finish it off than to take a look behind the scenes at Brooklin Models.    

28 FEB: THE BROOKLIN DIARIES

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28 FEB: THE BROOKLIN DIARIES

Well, that was February. This is a leap year and we are hoping that Brooklin will be making some great leaps throughout 2020. March is going to be a busy month for us. Just take a look at the huge pile of moulds ready to use in this months look behind the scenes    

21 FEB: THE BROOKLIN DIARIES

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21 FEB: THE BROOKLIN DIARIES

It's that time of the week again. This week we have been building more cars (take a look on our new version of 1960 Armstrong Siddeley Star Sapphire) and we had some visitors taking a tour of the factory.    

14 FEB: THE BROOKLIN DIARIES

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14 FEB: THE BROOKLIN DIARIES

'Love is in the air, everywhere I look around...'  Yes it is Valentines day, at least it is in the UK, so we are sharing the love with you and inviting you all to take a look at what we have been doing     v

HOW MUCH DO YOU KNOW ABOUT BROOKLIN & THE TUCKER TORPEDO

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HOW MUCH DO YOU KNOW ABOUT BROOKLIN & THE TUCKER TORPEDO

This is the second model released by Brooklin (BRK2) and was made in several varieties with many color variations. The first casting (C) was produced in Canada in 1975 with 14 pieces in maroon with no windows. They were followed by several shades of dark blue without windows, then by a dark blue metallic with windows and a very bright orange red. These were rather rough castings and the model...

07 FEB: THE BROOKLIN DIARIES

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07 FEB: THE BROOKLIN DIARIES

Hello there. We are already in the second month of the year. Where did that time go? This month we have some cars on the assembly benches. Actual cars. With wheels. No hulls. We know that this is what you have been waiting for. Enjoy!

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