Holidays are approaching, but here at Brooklin Models we are focused on the details as usual.
Welcome to our main office, where a new table is waiting for you in the lobby: of course it couldn't be just any table. It is a real engine block - a straight 8 from a 1936 Packard. Plus, as usual, a lot of Brooklin 1:43 scaled action here in picture for you.
Discover all the steps of the the LDM 123 1935 Brough Superior 8 D.H.C production. Baseplates (that need to be nice and straight so that they fit into the body correctly), the dashboards, the interior door panels: all the step we do, by hand, to give you a real Brooklin. For example look at the cast bodies for our new LDM 123: fresh out of the the mould!
We have closed the month of June with the BML 21 in production and new upcoming models are ready as brass masters and production castings. For example look at the cast bodies for our new LDM 123: fresh out of the the mould!
How do you feel about a sneak peek at the BML 20 test build? And then some interesting insight to Mr P. work on the BML 24, a 1934 Ford and Neil's mould making process for the left hand door interior for the LDM 123, a 1935 Brough Superior 8.
Among the secrets of the week you will find the artwork that gets printed onto the brass sheet; the master for the new model, a 1934 Ford 5-WINDOW COUPE and some tips about how to use vaseline and avoid trouble with sticking to the plasticine.
Have you ever wondered about the making of our high quality 1.43 models? Here is a live example with the master for the new BML 21, a 1941 Buick M-71c Roadmaster Convertible Phaeton, being done. The seats have also been finished and are ready to head to mould making.