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Moe Parr
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I had no pre-war cars in my collection until I fell for Brooklin's 1941 Chrysler convertible. I don't like models that are "loners" so I picked up these two "friends" for the New Yorker and I think they look great together!

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Harv Goranson
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I think Brooklin does best with prewar and immediate postwar period cars. You might like those in their Buick Collection.

Brooklin BC 001 1935 Buick Coupe
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Brooklin BC 016 1938 Buick Convertible
Brooklin BC 020 1934 Buick Sedan

 


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Moe Parr
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Thanks, Harv. I especially like the green '38 Special convertible.


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David Holcombe
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All are great, but my favorite is the '34-35 coupe.  My brother had a black one like it that I drove a few times.   Long time ago!

1935 Buick Model 46 Business Coupe, Promotional Advertising Poster, 8.5
 
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Michel Lemieux
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I recently acquired at a real good price those BRK pre war models and i like them all and it is not over i have a few again in my target. This 1940 Cadillac is much better than i thought for an older released.

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BRK 122 1939 Lasalle
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Moe Parr
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Wow, that LaSalle is beautiful!


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Michel Lemieux
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@moe-parr Thank you, Moe. An other one.

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John Merritt
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Brooklin's Pre-War models are all excellent, they have an extensive listing of many makes, the Buick & Pontiac Collections are wonderful.

Here's a few of my favorites (which is actually a really big list)

1937 Buick Special Sdn 2
1938 Lincoln Zephyr Sdn 01
1936 Pontiac Dlx Six Touring 02
1937 Graham 116 Supercharged 1

John Merritt
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Harv Goranson
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And don't forget Lansdownes!

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John Quilter
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Nice selection there.  And there are many from the 1950s as well.  I keep hoping for a 1958 Austin A95 all steel estate that was planned but seems to be forgotten lately.

1958 austin  a95 countryman

John F. Quilter
Eugene, Oregon USA


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