The Best of “My Take” Model Cars Videos of September


John is a great friend of hobbyDB and a connoisseur of cars in 1:1 and smaller scales.  He started a Youtube channel to show old and new models and we just love it and asked him to start sharing his 3 best videos of the month here.

September was a busy month for me personally. Still, I found time to do one of the things I enjoy most, review models from several manufacturers and post those reviews on our YouTube channel.

I really enjoy making the videos but what I enjoy even more are the comments and notes I get with ideas and input on the models and the backgrounds of the full-size cars they are patterned after.

The most popular video of the month was the introduction of Brooklin’s 1938 Pierce Arrow LE. This incredible bit of history is a duplicate of the very first model Brooklin ever produced and the very first model produced in Bath England when the factory was moved from Canada.

As they move into a new location just outside Bath, this model is an historic bookend to the factory’s time there. It comes in traditional packaging and is limited to only 100 copies.

You can see the video here –

Brooklin’s 1933 Pierce Arrow Limited Edition

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Number 2 is a Short Take, a quick look at a model that has been around for a while but, IMO, deserves a second look.

This one is Janis Joplin’s Porsche which features a wild psychedelic paint job expertly duplicated by TSM.

Take a peek here –

TMS Joplin Porsche 356 SC

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The third most popular video was BCC ’55 Buick Century CHIPS patrol car. This model will be the 2022 club model from the Brooklin Collectors Club. Police cars and public service vehicles are a very popular niche in scale models. With Brooklin’s attention to detail this one is sure to be another highly prized model in many collections.

Here’s the link to the video –

BCC 2022 Club Model

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Check out the channel “My Take by John Kuvakas.” Of course, the videos are “My Take,” my opinion. The truth is that I love them all. See if you agree.

Thanks for watching! Until next month,

John Kuvakas

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Karl
Karl
1 month ago

Deciding on the last model out of the Bath factory to be the 1938 Pierce Arrow was a great idea. Thanks Brooklin, and thanks John for the videos!

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