A note of thanks to all of our great customers and
friends who expressed their condolences for the
passing of our founder, Ray Gollahon.
Ray’s vision and skills made a major contri-
bution to, and raised the quality standards of, the
antique auto and street rod hobbies throughout his
life. His hard earned knowledge and mechanical
skills gave Brookville Roadster a firm foundation
to build on for many years to come. His kindness
and loyalty to his friends, employees, customers
and family will continue to set the tone for all of
us here at Brookville Roadster. Thanks for your
continued support and confidence.
Don’t miss attending our annual summer open
house event! Date and times information is on our
website. RSVP on Facebook. Pre-Register your Ride
and Receive a Free Tee Shirt. The “Ray Award” will
be presented to the best steel bodied Model-A or ‘32.
which incorporate a roadster style fuel
tank and 3 Window rear frame horn
covers with a custom chrome spreader
bar. Check them out on page 59.
Our company story is a group effort.
We are proud to have a talented and
loyal team of craftsmen that under-
stand the mission of our company.
Some of our team have been with us
for over 25 years. Our sheet metal
foreman joined the company as his
very first job and has been with us for
over 30 years.
This is not work for amateurs. The
products are complicated, the accu-
racy is critical and the machinery can
be unforgiving. Our team delivers their
best and we are happy to be able to
say “Made With Pride In America”.
The Year. Then again in 2006 the
Three Window received our second
NSRA Best New Product of The Year,
plus the Goodguys 2006
Product of The Year and
Hot Rod & Restoration
Product of The Year!
Our newest creations include a
full fendered version of our ‘32 Ford
Roadster Pickup, a fender and bed
package to build a ‘32 Ford closed cab
truck (seen on page 59), and we have
become exclusive Eastern U.S. distrib-
utors for some cool Australian-made
‘28-’29 Ford closed cab truck bodies
(see page 23). To make our full fend-
ered packages easy to finish and more
stylish, we have engineered com-
pletely new pick up beds and fenders
piece stamping of each entire side of
the coupe body. This assured that
each car would have the exact same
door clearances and would greatly
strengthen the body structure during
final assembly and finishing. The
process is modern but the resulting
body is accurate right down to the
bracing, wood and that complicated
door latch we mentioned earlier.
We like to believe our ‘32 Three Win-
dow is the Deuce Henry would have
built if he’d had more time. Ford
produced over 700 cars each day in
1932! A remarkable achievement for
the time. To meet today’s quality
requirements, we invest over 100
man-hours in hand finishing each
Brookville coupe, even after all the
stamping, forging, machining and trim-
ming are completed. We think the re-
sults speak for themselves. Our 1932
Three Window Coupe was crowned
the 2005 SEMA Best New Product of