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Posted By: John Kuvakas
Posted On: Saturday September 12, 2020 at 10:50 AM
A look at what's happening at the Brooklin factory
I know there's been a lot of talk over Bulgari's partnership with Brooklin. Whether you're one who thought it was a good idea or one who didn't care for it, it's here now and we are learning to live with it. It would be hard to deny that it has had a huge impact on the quality of model Brooklin produces. Yes, the prices are higher, but IMHO, they're still a great value compared to the rest of the market. And, they keep getting better!

Daniele Rossini has been a great liaison between Bulgari and Brooklin. He is in charge of customer service and has been a big influence on Brooklin's involvement with the Chicago shows. We owe him a debt of thanks. He seems to have a passion for our little cars!

He was at the factory over the weekend and posted these pics on his facebook page. You'll see some surprises here. But, you'll also see some fo the B to B products Brooklin is making for other businesses. These business to business projects are helping to keep Brooklin vital and also helping us get our amazing jewels.

I've been to the factory a few times. I'd like to visit again. I've never seen it so busy. I started in the hobby with Brooklin. I'm a fanboy and like what I see.

With folks like Daniele and the Amazing Amanda on our side, things are looking like a bright future!

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A look at what's happening at the Brooklin factory by John Kuvakas #28744
Thanks John very interesting! (EOM) by Laurence Kemling #28744.1
Hmm - is another batch of the ISR series Jeeps coming down the pike? (EOM) by Harvey Goranson #28744.2
Interesting, no? (EOM) by John Kuvakas #28744.2.1
Wow, are those Zeppelins, or just boats on their sides? :-) (EOM) by Karl Schnelle #28744.3
I'm not sure. They look to be boats on their sides, though. (EOM) by John Kuvakas #28744.3.1
AWESOME! (EOM) by Christopher Moroni #28744.4
Very cool! Thanks for posting...signed, another Brooklin fanboy. (EOM) by Ed Glorius #28744.5
it's been a while since I bought a Brooklin and I must say I miss their by Joop Gisbers #28744.6
The Jeep truck (featured twice!) looks very, very interesting. I have by David Holcombe #28744.7
Obviously BRK have transitioned to a more diverse business model. I assume by Jack Dodds #28744.8
Thanks John. I really enjoy the behind-the-scenes pictures! (EOM) by Lou Petrucci #28744.9
+1. (EOM) by Bob Jackman #28744.9.1
Excellent ! Great shots of the activity there. (EOM) by Mike DeTorrice #28744.10
Thanks John for the inside look. Some interesting things going on there. by John Merritt #28744.11
John, In one of the photos, where there is a large.... by Raymond Paszkiewicz #28744.12
Isn't that the 1942 DeSoto? (EOM) by Harvey Goranson #28744.12.1
Which picture are you looking at Ray? (EOM) by John Kuvakas #28744.12.2
I think that is just a shadow on the side of a 42 DeSoto. (EOM) by Jack Dodds #28744.12.3
On Photo #8, counting from the top, does anyone know by Roger Kerr #28744.13
All I see in the foreground of pic 8 is pink series 55 Buicks and their reflections on plastic.. (EOM) by Jack Dodds #28744.13.1
Thanks! (EOM) by Roger Kerr #28744.13.1.1
After studying that picture closely, it is the 1942 De Soto... by Raymond Paszkiewicz #28744.14
That old Chevy master was reworked into the Sedan Delivery Ray... by John Roberts #28744.14.1
Thanks John, you are right. That is an older Brooklin, less accurate..... by Raymond Paszkiewicz #28744.14.1.1
I love all those boats! We're gonna need a bigger house. by Mark Lampariello #28744.15

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