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hanks for your interest in Brookville

p r odu c t s . T h e b e g i n n i n g s f o r

Brookville Roadster were laid over

forty years ago much like the start of

other street rodding businesses. Ray

Gollahon was just trying to support

his own car hobby and make some

sheet metal parts needed to restore

his own car. As a career metal worker

and an avid Model A and ‘32 enthusi-

ast it was a natural start. The first

year, at a 1972 swap meet event he

and his wife Donna sold out all of

their patch panels and components

the first day. After working many

nights and weekends in their own

garage, the success of the metal

parts led to the creation of Antique

Auto Sheet Metal, Inc. For the next

two decades that company produced

literally thousands of much needed

replacement parts and body panels

for both the collector car market and

street rodders too.