6th -10th February 2012

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  • Brooklin Models 10 Feb 01

    PATTERN MAKING - Mr. P

    This is Mr. P.

    He's got the horn.

  • Brooklin Models 10 Feb 02

    PATTERN MAKING - Mr. P

    Well, he will have the horn once he's made it.

    He's making a loudspeaker horn/cone for the LDM 98.

  • Brooklin Models 10 Feb 03

    PATTERN MAKING - DARREN

    Darren is making a licence plate/boot handle/light component for the BRK 178 (1937 Oldsmobile L37 Convertible Coupe)

  • Brooklin Models 10 Feb 04

    PATTERN MAKING - DARREN

    There is still a little work to do. The etching which has the letters on needs to be fixed on plus lots of detailing.

  • Brooklin Models 10 Feb 05

    SMALL PARTS CASTING - NICK

    Dar Nick always seems to be casting baseplates. That or spraying them....

    These are for the LDM 92 - 1956 Ford Zephyr Mk II Saloon.

  • Brooklin Models 10 Feb 06

    PLATING CASTING - DAVE

    Dave is making his own 'coin of the realm' again.
    The exchange rate is awful though.

     

    Oh wait, these are BRK 178 side-mounts. They will be plated and then have a painted piece glued either side.

  • Brooklin Models 10 Feb 07

    FETTLING - LITTLE ANDY

    Magnify-cent work, Andy.

  • Brooklin Models 10 Feb 08

    FETTLING - LITTLE ANDY

    Andy is sanding the bodies for the 'Loudspeaker Van'

  • Brooklin Models 10 Feb 09

    FINAL ASSEMBLY - MARTYN

    These LDM 95 (1964 Bristol 408) models are nearly ready.

    They just need to be tired...like me, I'm always tired :o)

  • Brooklin Models 10 Feb 10

    FINAL ASSEMBLY

    The finished LDM 95.

  • Brooklin Models 10 Feb 11

    FINAL ASSEMBLY

    There are a lot of side strips on this car.

    I've just noticed that I haven't put the licence plate on this one...oops.

  • Brooklin Models 10 Feb 12

    FINAL ASSEMBLY

    We eventually got all of the components together for this model and it was worth the wait.

    The thin, plated windscreen really sets of the model.

  • Brooklin Models 10 Feb 13

    FINAL ASSEMBLY

    The side mounts are of the 'sandwich construction' type, like Dave was casting earlier.

    The plated middle section pokes out a little giving the impression of a plated strip running around the outside.