Bremen Sport Equipment 2


For those of you who have lived under a rock, Bremen Sport Equipment was a Kit Car Company based out of Indiana. They came from humble beginnings and went on to be a pretty big deal in the kit car business. The founders were DeWayne Creighton and Omar Hostetter.

Bremen Sport Equipment started out selling dune buggies but eventually had a product line that included the Mini Mark, Maxi Taxi, The Creighton, Citation, and the Sebring.

Recently DeWayne’s Daughter posted a comment on the website and we were able to send her an email that she presented to DeWayne. My email revolved around one of those stories and “Selling Points” I have seen time and time again over the years in regards to the Mini Mark Kit Car. YES IT WAS A KIT CAR!!!

DeWayne was nice enough to let me know that just as the magazines and books of the day had written the Mini Mark was advertised and SOLD as a Turnkey or KIT option. Also I had to bust the bubble of people who seen on a website, that heard from a person, that heard from another person that there was not just 150 Mini Marks built. I was informed that although the did not keep good records the number was closer to 500 . Again in both KIT and Turnkey form.

And for those of you who are holding out hope that the molds for the Sebring might still be around…I hate to break it to you but the Sebring molds, as well as all the other ones were cut up and sent to a landfill.

Again all of this info is coming right from DeWayne himself. I am hoping I will get more detailed info soon as well as some photos .

I will leave you with this great photo of DeWayne Creighton and his Mini Mark!


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2 thoughts on “Bremen Sport Equipment

  • Bret Williams

    I worked for DeWayne from 1977-1980 and you could never work for a finer man. Also worked with DeWayne Jr. who became President of an RV manufacturer, chip off the old block. Everyone there took pride in their work. Over the years I have seen a lot of kit cars and the workmanship at Bremen Sport was second to none.

    • Donnie Post author

      Hey Bret . Thanks for the comment on the website. You worked their so I guess you could verify that they did in fact sent out the Mini Mark in kit form (As DeWayne told me ) in pretty good numbers . Seems everyone with a Mini Mark thinks in a factory built car just because they read somewhere on the internet that it was.

      Thanks again
      Donnie