2nd - 6th March 2009

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  • Image 01

    PATTERN MAKING - DARREN

    Darren has taken delivery of the master pattern for our new BRK 152 - 1954 Mercury Monterey.

  • Image 02

    PATTERN MAKING - Mr. P

    New pattern day for Pinker too.

    This one is the LDM 72 - 1958 Riley 2.6

  • Image 03

    SMALL PARTS CASTING - IAN

    Seat pans for the BRK 151 receive a sanding.

    *Insider Tip #15*

    The sandpaper is placed on a flat surface and the seat pan is rubbed on it. This is easier and produces better results than using a sanding block. Sssssshhh, Don't tell anyone else *wink wink*

  • Image 04

    FETTLING - RICH

    Mr. Rich is cleaning up the LDM 71.

    Again.

  • Image 05

    PLATING CASTING - ANDY

    A tub full of Rear Bumpers for the new Mustang, BRK 124x.

    Expect A LOT of staff customised versions of the new 'Stang soon. It looks lovely!!!!!

  • Image 06

    BODY CASTING - BIG ANDY

    A fair few models for Bob and Tim to spray here!

    Well done Andy, you busy beaver!!!!

  • Image 07

    FETTLING - LITTLE ANDY

    More LDM 71's are being done.

  • Image 08

    PAINT ROOM - TIM

    The new US 38s.

  • Image 09

    FINAL ASSEMBLY

    Test assembly of the US 38s including the decal.

  • Image 10

    FINAL ASSEMBLY

    This is the US 38.

    Same truck, different colour!

  • Image 11

    FINAL ASSEMBLY

    Test assembly overload!!!!!!!!

    This is the New Rod 22 - Surf Wagon, complete with scale Surfboard.

  • Image 12

    FINAL ASSEMBLY - MARTYN

    Those Rod 22's in production.

  • Image 13

    FINAL ASSEMBLY - SUE

    Some BRK 126's ready to be bagged.

  • Image 15

    FINAL ASSEMBLY

    Test Assembly #4 !!!!!!!

    The IPV 32 should look like this when it's finished.

    There will be a decal on the roof box too.

  • Image 14

    FINAL ASSEMBLY - ANGIE

    Angie has just started on the IPV 32.

  • Image 16

    FINAL ASSEMBLY

    Anybody heard of Rock band Guns 'n' Roses?

    You should recognise this photo as their lead singer!!!

    Axle Rows.

    :o)