11th - 15th May 2009

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    The Frontline !!!!!

    For those of you who haven't met her yet, this is who you speak to when you phone up.

    Our lovely Amanda, back from her holiday in the Dominican Republic and looking tanned.

  • Image 02

    PATTERN MAKING - DARREN

    Darren is attaching all of the information plates to the bottom of the BRK 154.

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    PATTERN MAKING - Mr. P

    Mr. P has been organising a batch of secondaries reasdy for mould making, including the ROD 23 and LDM 73.

  • Image 04

    2 Gentlemen

    Neil and Steve are sorting out the worlds problems.

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    SMALL PARTS CASTING - IAN

    Ian is removing the casting line from the edge of this BC 004 baseplate.

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    FETTLING - RICH

    Rich is working on the BRK 152 Mercury Monterey.

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    BODY CASTING - BIG ANDY

    The areas of the model where the metal flows into the mould are quite thick and have to be removed with a grinder.

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    FETTLING - LITTLE ANDY

    The BRK 152's are receiving their final sanding before going to the paint room.

  • Image 09

    BODY CASTING

    This is the storage rack where we keep all of the current moulds so that they are easily accessible.

  • Image 10

    FINAL ASSEMBLY

    The soon to be released LDM 73 Triumph Herald has just been painted so that we can assess the colour.

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    FINAL ASSEMBLY - JASON

    Jason is building the BRK 149's.

    He's been here for a whole year........nearly.

    We'd better stop calling him 'The New Boy'

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    PAINT ROOM - BOB

    Nice work, Bob.
    This BRK 152 could pass for the real thing.

  • Image 13

    MOULD MAKING - NEIL

    Nobby-Neil is just checking the fit of all of the components for this US 34 Lowboy.

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    MOULD MAKING - NEIL

    A close up of the model showing the detail of the checker-plate and the wooden planking.

  • Image 15

    OLD LAWNMOWER COMPANY

    The first model in the range (OLC 01) is now complete and it's a beauty.

    Darren has managed to capture the look and feel of the real mower.

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    OLD LAWNMOWER COMPANY

    The grass box is removable.

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    OLD LAWNMOWER COMPANY

    We're going to have to find a new way of packing these to make sure that they arrive safely.

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    OLD LAWNMOWER COMPANY

    The grass box has been removed in this photo to show the blades.

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