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Nickies
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Is there any updates on this long anticipated model to come? It has been a long time pictures have been posted.


   
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John Kuvakas
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They are on the tables at the temporary facility. They should be ready very soon. For those not already signed up, membership in the BCC will give you priority treatment on initial sales plus a 10% discount. Email me at kuvakas@gmail for details, or you can email John Bowyer directly at johnbowyer.bcc@gmail.com.

John Kuvakas
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Ken Spear
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What will be the price of the 1946 Pontiac?


   
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John Kuvakas
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@kenspear, I'm not sure, Ken. It will be from The NB Center collection. So we can expect a high level of detail. We'll find out soon.

John Kuvakas
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Ben Lampson
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Posted by: @kenspear

What will be the price of the 1946 Pontiac?

I have the NB Center 1954 Cadillac ($340), the Lincoln Zephyr ($320), and the Chrysler Town & Country ($400) not including shipping.

I would guess the price for the Pontiac will be in between the Caddy and the Zephyr. 

The Town & Country is more expensive due to the parts count and it required more labor.

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Harv Goranson
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@ben-lampson My Riviera was $364, and it was a single-tone. I'm guessing the high 300s.


   
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Michel Lemieux
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The first six NB models was also offer in standard version before but not the Buick and neither the Pontiac? From now does the NB Center models collection will be offered only in this range?


   
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Ben Lampson
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Posted by: @mg-harv

My Riviera was $364, and it was a single-tone. I'm guessing the high 300s

Good guess Harv.....I say $350.

Anyone else want to guess a number, and we will see who is closest?

What is your number Harv?


   
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renato bardi
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@michel-lemieux I afraid so dear Michel...Myabe Jhon Kuvakas has more info about.


   
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John Kuvakas
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We won't know for sure until Brooklin has a firm production schedule which will come after they move to their new location. Their decision to move into an existing space will move things forward faster than waiting for the former space to be built out. The builders of the original space kept encountering delays. When they told Brooklin, last week, that it wouldn't be done until after the first of the year, Brooklin immediately chose a finished space in the same area. As for future products, my guess (this is only my guess, not an official position) is that most of the brand new issues will be from The NB Center Collection with a few standard Brooklin releases sprinkled in there and some annual club models for the BCC as well.

John Kuvakas
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Ed Davis
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@jkuvakas 

I think at the beginning of the year someone published a list of the second group of NB Center models, starting with the Buick Riviera and 1946 Pontiac. Am I correct, and do you or anyone else remember what else was proposed?

Ed Davis
Inverness, Illinois, USA


   
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