By Maz Woolley
All photographs supplied by Brooklin
Brooklin has recently released a number of new and re-coloured models. Here are their studio photographs of the latest releases. All these models are now available from Brooklin suppliers even if Brooklin’s web site does not show them as available. Those interested in buying them should bear in mind that Brooklin dealers are now often offering significant discounts which did not happen previously. It is noticeable that there are no new Lansdowne models at the moment as Brooklin continues to develop it’s new sales strategy.
BML22 – 1939 Nash Ambassador
BML23 1948 Ford V8 Station Wagon. [Colour change]
BML24 – 1934 Ford Five Window Coupe –
Stated as Cordoba Grey but beige/brown colour
BRK221 – 1957 Chevrolet Bel-Air 4 Door Hardtop
The four door hardtop has not often been modelled and this model has been favourably received for the significantly improved levels of detail.
BRK223 – 1965 Chevrolet Impala Convertible Coupe
Another well received model. This model is neatly detailed.
CSV26 – 1937 Superior-Pontiac Provident Ambulance
IPV446 1939 Railton Cobham Saloon (Flying Squad)
Six cars were assembled during the war for the use of the Metropolitan Police.
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