The first standard edition of the 1939 Graham Combination Coupe (BRK38) was released in June 1992. It is finished in beige with beige interior and yellow license plate. This model was deleted in March 1993 when the second edition was released, this one deleted in January 2013. It is finished in grey metallic with four color variations, interior is white / black and the license plate is green. All tyres are whitewall.




John Roberts has produced 25 modified Sharknose Grahams in the convertible version. Done with the permission of the Brooklin factory, these Grahams are copies of a special bodied convertible that was the star of the 1938 Brussels Motor Show. Done in a striking red color, the Graham's coachwork was done by the Belgian firm of Vesters and Neirinck. Unfortunately, the convertible never made it into general factory production. The Graham Convertible, with Code 2 designation, also features a cast metal figure of a woman wearing a blue dress and a wide brimmed hat. The figure is done by Omen, with fine detail painting by Christopher Roberts. The number and the initials of John Roberts are painted on the base. Each model is accompanied by a signed certificate telling the story of this car.



Author: Gianluigi Cappi

You may find more pictures and information on this model plus many other Brooklin stories in the Brooklin Models Collectors Guide.