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20 MAY: THE WEEKLY DIARY

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20 MAY: THE WEEKLY DIARY

“Aaaah, It’s you!!! Thanks for stopping by again. We have been sorting things at the factory in preparation for our move in August. It might seem a little early but we have a LOT of things to sort out - 40+ years worth. There are a few things to show you though so take a look.”

13 MAY: THE WEEKLY DIARY

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13 MAY: THE WEEKLY DIARY

“Wooooooooo it’s Friday the 13th. WhoooooOOOOOOO!!!! We we aren’t superstitious here at BM. We are just super superexcited. With a move to a new factory fast approaching we are getting as many models out of the door before we need to start packing things away. Join us for a look!”

BROOKLIN AND THE 1954 NASH AMBASSADOR

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BROOKLIN AND THE 1954 NASH AMBASSADOR

There are three versions of the Nash Ambassadors in existence (BRK34), one group of them somewhat rare. The early Nash Ambassadors released in Spring 1991, done in maroon, had fender badges incorrectly placed on the rear fender of the left side. After a number of these were produced (approximately 1800), a second version, again in maroon, was released with correct badge placement on both front fenders. Soon thereafter, a two-tone...

6 MAY: THE WEEKLY DIARY

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6 MAY: THE WEEKLY DIARY

‘Well, hello there. Fancy seeing you here. Do you come here often? Of course you do, every week, right? Well you picked the right week as you can finally have a look at a project that we have been working on. “What is it??” we hear you cry. time to find out……’

29 APRIL: THE WEEKLY DIARY

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29 APRIL: THE WEEKLY DIARY

“F-F-F-F-F-F-F-F-F-FRIDAY!!!!!!!!!! And it’s a bank holiday weekend here in the UK so we get Monday off. M-M-M-M-M-M-M-M-MONDAY!!!!!!!!! Enjoy the blog, we’re off to buy beer and burgers for the weekend BBQs”

BROOKLIN AND THE 1938 PHANTOM CORSAIR

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BROOKLIN AND THE 1938 PHANTOM CORSAIR

The 1938 Phantom Corsair (BRK33) premiered in the spring of 1991. It is finished in gloss black with a red interior, yellow license plate and whitewall tyres. The letters “DLM” etched in base stand for Darren Leonard Mould, who made the master. It was deleted in January 1998.   MINIGRID After completing his prototype Phantom Corsair, finished in high gloss black, Rusty Heinz painted it a matte light tan in...

22 APRIL: THE WEEKLY DIARY

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22 APRIL: THE WEEKLY DIARY

‘It’s usually our Easter shutdown week but due to a change in holiday arrangements we are still here. So you lucky people are getting an extra dose of your Brooklin medicine. Open wide, here come the train…..CHOO CHOOOOOOOOO”

15 APRIL: THE WEEKLY DIARY

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15 APRIL: THE WEEKLY DIARY

“It’s Friday. YAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAY. That means that it is Blogtime. YAAAAAAAAAAAAY”

BROOKLIN AND THE 1953 STUDEBAKER COMMNADER STARLINER

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BROOKLIN AND THE 1953 STUDEBAKER COMMNADER STARLINER

 Brooklin first produced the 1953 Studebaker Commander Starliner (BRK32) in September 1990. The standard edition is a pale green color but, due to paint variations, it has been seen in a creamy pale green and a grey color. In late December 1994 it was supplanted by the BRK32A. This version is done in a pretty shade of blue with a cream roof. It was deleted in August 2001. An...

08 APRIL: THE WEEKLY DIARY

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08 APRIL: THE WEEKLY DIARY

“DON’T PANIC, MR. MAINWARING!!!” We are still here. Most of the week has been spent sending out orders to you lucky people. The New Venturas and the Rivieras are on their way out as we speak. Here’s a little look at what else the rest of the (smaller) team has been doing.

01 APRIL: THE WEEKLY DIARY

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01 APRIL: THE WEEKLY DIARY

“We’re baaaaaaaack! No, this isn’t an April fools joke, we are actually blogging. After a rather crappy few weeks where had to say goodbye to many members of staff :’( we are back to ‘normal’. This week we have been getting the Pontiac Venturas boxed up and ready to go next week and working on another project that is, you guessed it, under wraps for now.

BROOKLIN AND WEBER’S

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BROOKLIN AND WEBER’S

Mitch Stenzler had been collecting automobile memorabilia, gas station pumps and fixtures, antique toys and model automobiles since the early 1970's and this hobby quickly grew into a business. Weber's was actually a collection in itself, a product of a jewelry store established in 1917 by J. Weber, an immigrant from Germany. In 1984 Mitch's wife, Sonya, arranged a unique 50th birthday surprise. She knew that Mitch had been collecting...

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