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Know The History of Bricklin Cars

Malcolm Bricklin made his first million in the hardware / plumbing franchise in Florida before turning 25. He followed that up when he started Subaru of America and imported the Subaru 360. “He left Subaru of America to build his own vehicle; no longer a “one-off”, a kit or a reproduction automobile, however a manufacturing vehicle; your very own car organisation.

The New Brunswick government has increased most of the capital with the hope of creating jobs in two factories in Minto and Saint John.

Bricklin’s initial intention was to sell the cars for $ 4,000. This price was $ 6,500, then $ 7,490 when the first model was purchased in 1974. The 1975 model skyrocketed to $ 9980. Production in 1975 was supposed to be 1000 per month. In the two years of production, the best month saw 429 bricks off line, while January and February 1975 did not see it.

As the transmission, the suspension and many other components came from Detroit, Bricklin was continually fighting a battle of lost supplies. It is increasingly difficult to obtain more money from the New Brunswick government for manufacturing when the volume of production does not increase.

The lack of additional capital, the poor quality and high body panels, the annoying electrohydraulic door system, the rigidity of the doors and the manufacturing quality generally lower compared to Detroit, lead to the demise of the Bricklin. a production car

There were 780 produced in 1974 with an AMC 360cid V-8 220 HP. Due to AMC’s short engine supply, in 1975 a change was made to the 175bhp Ford 351W V-8. In the 1975 model year, 2,062 cars left the assembly line. Bricklin was placed in suspension of payments in September 1975 with 12 cars on the line that had VIN plates issued in 1976.

There still seem to be many discrepancies in the production figures reported. Several years have been completed several years later, which makes the production figure even more uncertain.

“Clarkson Company, the receiver appointed by the court docket in Canada, sold 287.75 and 12.Seventy six to Bill Byers of Columbus Ohio and all of the movements and rights of Bricklin’s” name and trademark.

A final figure of 2854 is generally accepted as the production number for General Vehicle. Some cars have been assembled from parts and may have VINs that exceed the 3000 mark.