Brodie Branches Out Again!

The Brodie Branch Hillclimb Museum continues to grow in both scale and significance!

Having purchased the ex. Griffiths/Harvey Pilbeam-turbo car from Barry Lines earlier this season, along with the Tony Pashley built Marengo 3, Brodie has now acquired another piece of hillclimb history.

Speedscene magazine reports that Brodie has now bought the Voigt Renqick Special, a 1970s flat 4, motorcycle engined car built on a JW4 chassis. This car is thought of as one of the precursers to the modern bike-engined revolution in British Hillclimbing.

…And rumours tell us that it may not be the last historic hillclimb car to find it’s way to the West Sussex stable of Mr Branch.

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