The Story Behind Bremont

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Re: The Story Behind Bremont

Post by AJC » Thu Jul 31, 2014 6:33 am

From their own website:

Bremont wrote:In the late 1990s, Nick & Giles were flying across France in their 1930's biplane. The weather was closing in. A rough-running engine forced them to make an emergency landing. Keen to avoid the French authorities, the brothers were more than happy to accept the gracious help of the farmer whose field they had landed in. They stayed in his home, the aircraft took cover in the barn. It transpired their host had flown aircraft during the war, as well as being a gifted engineer. Half-restored wall clocks lay everywhere, together with numerous engine parts. The farmer still even wore his own father's wristwatch. The brothers promised that his warm hospitality would never be forgotten. His name? Antoine Bremont.

Yeah... I'm sure that happened...
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Re: The Story Behind Bremont

Post by biglove » Thu Jul 31, 2014 5:59 pm

Will never understand people who buy these elaborate BS histories.
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