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BROOKLIN AND THE 1932 PACKARD LIGHT 8 (BRK6)

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BROOKLIN AND THE 1932 PACKARD LIGHT 8 (BRK6)

The 1932 Packard Light 8 was introduced in 1976, while Brooklin was still in Canada. The initial models feature dark maroon bodies with white or grey roofs. Later Canadian versions appeared in medium or light silver grey metallic with maroon fenders and grey roofs. Following the move to Bath, the light silver grey version was continued, with silver green or grey fenders and green or grey roofs. Different shades of...

BROOKLIN AND THE 1930 FORD MODEL A COUPE (BRK5A)

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BROOKLIN AND THE 1930 FORD MODEL A COUPE (BRK5A)

The Ford Model A Coupe was only produced in England, replacing the 1930 Ford Model A Tudor, and was also designated as BRK5 on the box label. But oddly the model’s baseplate has no number indication at all. The BRK5A designation was introduced in an attempt to clear the confusion. Most of the Ford Model A Coupes are found in different shades of green with black roof insert and fenders....

BROOKLIN AND THE 1937 CHEVROLET COUPE (BRK4)

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BROOKLIN AND THE 1937 CHEVROLET COUPE (BRK4)

The 1937 Chevrolet Coupe was initially produced in Canada in several color shades of green with wheels in green, cream and white. A rare black version was produced in only 20 pieces. The Canadian cast has plain base, except for code 006 which has a detailed base. The English cast has a detailed base. The early English version has Robertson fixing screws on base. The model was deleted in July...

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