14th - 18th September 2009

Back to Photo

  • Image 0.5

    CHANGE TO MODEL

    A previous picture of the BC 008 showed it with white-wall tyres but this has now been changed.

    The model will now have Black-wall tyres instead.

     

    Thank you for your patience at this difficult time, normal service will be resumed as soon as possible.

  • Image 03

    PATTERN MAKING - DARREN

    Darren has had to rebuild the rear end of the BRK 157.

    He's changed it from a rear seat to an estate car.

  • Image 04

    PATTERN MAKING - Mr. P

    Pinker has been away this week and left this mysterious 'blob' on his bench.

    We're not sure if he's making a roof mask or creating some modern art.

  • Image 05

    SMALL PARTS CASTING - NEIL

    This process always feels like magic to me!!

    Liquid metal going in and fully formed pieces popping from the mould.

    Maybe I've been in this job too long.................

  • Image 06

    PLATING CASTING - ANDY

    Spru-fulls of hubs ready for plating.

  • Image 07

    FETTLING - LITTLE ANDY

    The BRK 156.

    Art prints are available in the foyer.

  • Image 09

    PAINT ROOM HELPER FOR THE DAY - BIG ANDY

    Andy has been drafted in to help lay out the small parts ready for spraying.

    He doesn't use his ears to listen to music,

    he has special sensors in his temples.

  • Image 10

    FINAL ASSEMBLY - STEVE

    We are making a limited edition model for the CTCS show.

    It's our BC 007 in Olive Drab.

     

  • Image 11

    FINAL ASSEMBLY - STEVE

    The colour really suits his car and the decal on the side stands out well.

    A lovely model, If you want one then you'll have to visit the show!!!

  • Image 12

    FINAL ASSEMBLY - STEVE

    Steve is painting the licence plates for the CTCS model.

    Plasticine has so many uses at Brooklin Models.

  • Image 13

    FINAL ASSEMBLY - JASON

    Camera-Shy Jason has been building the new LDM 74 this week.

    A 1937 Riley 1.5 Continental  4-door saloon.

  • Image 14

    FINAL ASSEMBLY

    The LDM 74 looks striking with those wheels and the red interior.

  • Image 15

    VISTING HOURS

    Cheryl and Phill Ege visited the factory today for a tour.

    They seemed impresed with they way we do things.

    Nigel (on the right of the pic) is in the naughty corner......

     

    Not really, he's talking to.............

  • Image 16

    MORE VISITORS!!!!

    Rolf and Lori Strub who have a model shop in Switzerland came in today too.

Gallery Listings

How They're Made