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BROOKLIN AND THE 1940 CHRYSLER NEWPORT (BRK8)

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BROOKLIN AND THE 1940 CHRYSLER NEWPORT (BRK8)

The 1940 Chrysler Newport was originally produced in dark and medium shades of metallic green in Canada. An off-white Canadian version was made for the National Model Car Convention. After Brooklin moved to England, a signal amber version was made. Two casting types, C2 and E2, do not have the raised Le Baron badge on the front fenders. The license plate is only on rear. The model was deleted in...

BROOKLIN AND THE 1934 CHRYSLER AIRFLOW (BRK7)

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BROOKLIN AND THE 1934 CHRYSLER AIRFLOW (BRK7)

A single casting has been used for both Canadian and British production of the 1934 Chrysler Airflow, differing only in statement of country of manufacture on the baseplate. Early models are cream with blackwall tyres and blue license plates. Rectangular vents on the front fenders suggest that the model is specifically the Chrysler CU Airflow four-door sedan. Other details, including the windshield wipers, triple-blade bumpers and rear fender skirts, create...

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