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1971 Vauxhall Victor - IPV32
1971 Vauxhall Victor - IPV32

1:43rd Scale model, hand built, in heavy white metal.


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1951 Triumph Mayflower LDM49A - Lansdowne Models
1951 Triumph Mayflower LDM49A - Lansdowne Models

A side-valve 1247 cc engine based on the Standard 10 powered the new Mayflower. This unit was never used in another Triumph product although Morgan used an overhead valve version of it. Mated to this engine was a three-speed Vanguard-sourced gearbox, which severely hampered performance.


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1960 Ford Consul MkII Saloon - IPV37
1960 Ford Consul MkII Saloon - IPV37

1960 Ford Consul MkII Saloon "Bradford City" from the International Police Vehicles Collection. 1:43rd Scale model hand built in England, in heavy white metal.


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1952 Singer SM 1500  LDM34 - Lansdowne Models
1952 Singer SM 1500 LDM34 - Lansdowne Models

Singer was the first of the British companies to bring out an entirely new body shape after the war. They introduced the SM 1500 in 1949. It had a strikingly modern body shape, independent front wheel suspension and a four-cylinder engine producing 48 bhp. The model ran from 1949 - 1954 and 22,648 models were made.


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1948 Ford V8 Pilot - ROD17
1948 Ford V8 Pilot - ROD17

1948 Ford V8 Pilot from the ROD 43rd Models Collection.

1:43rd Scale model hand built in England, in heavy white metal.


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1952 Cadillac Series 62 Convertible BRK168 - Brooklin Models
1952 Cadillac Series 62 Convertible BRK168 - Brooklin Models

The 'Golden Anniversary Cadillacs', so-called because they marked the 50th Anniversary of Cadillac, Although little-changed from the previous year in outward appearance there were numerous changes under the skin including more powerful V8 engines. Body styles were down to seven and the Series 62 convertible was the top of the line in this series with nearly 6,500 examples rolling off the production line at just over $4,000 a piece.


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1954 Kaiser Darrin BRK91A - Brooklin Models
1954 Kaiser Darrin BRK91A - Brooklin Models

Largely the brainchild of Howard Darrin, the new sports car was first announced in September 1952 with initial prototypes shown in February 1953. The car was first released for public sale in January 1954. The fibreglass-bodied vehicle incorporated a number of radical ideas, including doors that slid forward into the front fenders and a three position convertible top.


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1935 Plymouth Deluxe Coupe BRK90A - Brooklin Models
1935 Plymouth Deluxe Coupe BRK90A - Brooklin Models

The 1935 Plymouth model PJ was a completely new design. Its flowing curves owed much to the senior Chrysler line. Although bodywork took a step forward, oddly enough a live axle replaced the independent front suspension of the previous year. De luxe models where readily identifiable by their bullet-shaped chrome headlights. Over 40,000 de luxe coupe's in total were sold during the model year.


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1979 Ford Cortina Mkiv Ghia Estate LDM68 - Lansdowne Models
1979 Ford Cortina Mkiv Ghia Estate LDM68 - Lansdowne Models

The Cortina Mk 1V was a reskinned Mk111 and the work of Uwe Bahnsen.Our model represents a Ghia Estate version of 1979. Ghia had originally been an Italian Styling concern producing special coachwork for a variety of companies. After the company's purchase by Ford this once proud name was reduced to an up-market trim option.

1:43rd Scale model hand built in England, in heavy white metal.


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1958 Riley 1.5 - IPV36
1958 Riley 1.5 - IPV36

1958 Riley 1.5 "City Of Manchester" from the International Police Vehicles Collection. 1:43rd Scale model hand built in England, in heavy white metal.


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1957 Austin A55 Cambridge MkI LDM82 - Lansdowne Models
1957 Austin A55 Cambridge MkI LDM82 - Lansdowne Models

When John Bolster road tested the Bristol 411 in 1972 he described the car as ‘memorable’ and observed that it was the fastest genuine touring saloon on the market, beating the mighty Mercedes-Benz 300SEL. With a 6.3litre Chrysler engine coupled to the same company’s torque-flite automatic box the 411 could reach 0-50 in 5.1 seconds and go on to a top speed of 138 mph.Hand-built in Bristol, all Bristol cars were, and still are, constructed to the very highest standards.


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1951 Ford Victoria BRK51 - Brooklin Models
1951 Ford Victoria BRK51 - Brooklin Models

Unique in having the serial BRK. 51 to match the year of manufacture, the 1951 Victoria was Ford's first hardtop. 1949 had seen the first year of Ford's truly post war styling - an advance that the company sorely needed. Henry Ford had died in 1947, just too soon to see the fruits of his son's labours.


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1937 Buick Special - IPV35
1937 Buick Special - IPV35

1:43rd Scale model, hand built, in heavy white metal.


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1950 Humber Super Snipe - IPV34
1950 Humber Super Snipe - IPV34

1:43rd Scale model, hand built, in heavy white metal.


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1961 Austin A99 Westminster  - IPV 29
1961 Austin A99 Westminster - IPV 29

1:43rd Scale model, hand built, in heavy white metal.


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1954 Wolseley 6-90  - IPV 28
1954 Wolseley 6-90 - IPV 28

1:43rd Scale model, hand built, in heavy white metal.


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1947 Chevrolet Stylemaster Sedan Delivery - IPV26
1947 Chevrolet Stylemaster Sedan Delivery - IPV26

A famous maid-of-all-work the Chevy Sedan Delivery was a common sight in every American town, being the staple vehicle of many businesses. It was logical therefore that many police forces also used this vehicle.


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1956 Ford Mainline  - IPV25
1956 Ford Mainline - IPV25

What state in the USA or Canada didn’t have a number of these Fords in its fleet? The famous Ford qualities of inexpensive durability ensured that this was a popular choice all over the North American continent.


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1956 Austin A90  - IPV23
1956 Austin A90 - IPV23

The big Austin A90 was an ideal police car. With plenty of room and a brisk performance it saw service with a number of forces around the country.


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1956 Plymouth Plaza   - IPV21
1956 Plymouth Plaza - IPV21

Harwood Heights adopted a particularly unusual colour scheme for their squad cars. The Plaza was a popular choice among State and County police forces.


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 1936 Hudson Terraplane - IPV18
1936 Hudson Terraplane - IPV18

Our version of the Terraplane Sedan shows that American police cars were not always black and white! Pennsylvania Police chose pale grey for their cars.


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1939-48 Wolseley 18/85 - IPV14MET
1939-48 Wolseley 18/85 - IPV14MET

What British film of the period didn't feature on of these beauties, driving round very quiet London streets with the bell ringing loudly!


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 1939-1948 Wolseley 18/85 - IPV14
1939-1948 Wolseley 18/85 - IPV14

This was a popular choice with many police forces offering good performance with plenty of room. Colour: Black


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1951 Ford Fordor IPV 10
1951 Ford Fordor IPV 10

The famous 1951 Ford Fordor in 'San Francisco Police Department' livery. The Ford was a popular vehicle used by numerous city Police departments.


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1950 Packard-Henney Ambulance - CSV08
1950 Packard-Henney Ambulance - CSV08

1950 Packard-Henney Ambulance (Red) by Brooklin Models

1:43rd Scale model hand built in England, in heavy white metal.


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1966 Humber Super Snipe Estate IPV 06
1966 Humber Super Snipe Estate IPV 06

The Humber Super Snipe Estate has a six-cylinder overhead valve engine capable of delivering 130 bhp at 4,800 rpm. This was the first British car to have twin headlights, which gave it an American look. This vehicle was used by Kent County Constabulary and the registration number was FKE 825D.


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1956 MG Magnette ZA IPV 05
1956 MG Magnette ZA IPV 05

A true sporting thoroughbred with the elegance and comfort of a luxury saloon. It had a 1.5 litre super smooth engine and lively acceleration and was able to cruse limitlessly. This car was used by Essex Constabulary and the number was 506 EEU.


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1955 Dodge coronet -  IPV 12
1955 Dodge coronet - IPV 12

Strange but true, the big Dodge was used by Swedish Police in the 1950’s.


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 1952 Ford Ranger  - IPV16
1952 Ford Ranger - IPV16

The ubiquitous Ford F1 turned up in every corner of the world during its production run, performing every task imaginable. The Police found this truck's tough qualities invaluable.


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1956 Hillman Minx series 1 - LDM48 - Lansdowne Models
1956 Hillman Minx series 1 - LDM48 - Lansdowne Models

The series 1 Minx lasted a year before the Jubilee Minx made its bow, again in three body variations. Details were slightly fussier - and would become more so with subsequent face-lifts. The original Series 1 Minx is remembered for being the cleanest lined and most attractive of a style which ran, with modifications, from 1956 to 1966. It is also the rarest with less than 20 road-going examples of the saloon known to the Owners Club.


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1956 Willerby 'Vogue' Caravan  LDM17 - Lansdowne Models
1956 Willerby 'Vogue' Caravan LDM17 - Lansdowne Models

The Vogue was a revelation in towing. Gone was the characteristic bounce of conventional caravans, thanks to tensioned-rubber independent suspension. The caravan rode on an even keel without jerking or pitching, and could be towed at speed.

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1953 Austin Somerset - LDM9 - Lansdowne Models
1953 Austin Somerset - LDM9 - Lansdowne Models

The Austin Somerset, one of the company's famous "Counties" models, was introduced in February 1952.


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1954 Mercury Monterey Convertible BRK162 - Brooklin Models
1954 Mercury Monterey Convertible BRK162 - Brooklin Models

Mercury's big news for 1954 was its first new engine since 1939. The short block V8 shared some components with Ford and Lincoln units and ensured that Mercury was well up in the performance stakes. Front ball-joint suspension was new and followed Lincoln practice. Bodywork was a development of the design introduced in 1952 with revised front and rear bumpers and grille as well as new side trim. Inside the dash was new and more luxurious materials were used for seat and door facings.The Monterey Sport Custom Convertible sold for just over $2,500 and nearly 8,000 examples found buyers.


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1957 Oldsmobile Super 88 Station Wagon BRK121A - Brooklin Models
1957 Oldsmobile Super 88 Station Wagon BRK121A - Brooklin Models

The Golden Rocket Super 88 Fiesta four door hardtop, to give it its full name, shared basic body pressings with the Buick Caballero. At just over $3,500 the Fiesta was around $200 cheaper than its Buick stablemate and with sales of only just over 5,000 for the year it was much the rarer of the two cars, Caballero production topping 10,000.

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1956 Ford Consul MkI Convertible LDM65 - Lansdowne Models

1956 Ford Consul MkI Convertible LDM65 - Lansdowne Models

The Consul used a four cylinder engine and the Zephyr a six and both models appeared at the 1950 Earls Court Motor Show. They caused a sensation. The first Consul was driven off the assembly line on January 1st 1951 with the Zephyr following a month later. In late 1952 convertible versions became available in limited quantities and in 1953 the Zodiac completed the line-up. Finished in Canterbury Green.


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1954 Mercury Monarch BRK173 - Brooklin Models

1954 Mercury Monarch BRK173 - Brooklin Models

The Monarch was a specially trimmed Monterey for the Canadian market. Different grille and side treatment were the main differences with unique lines such as Lucerne and Rideau.


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1947 Wesley Slumbercoach BRK65 - Brooklin Models

1947 Wesley Slumbercoach BRK65 - Brooklin Models

Built as a lightweight 'sportsman's trailer', the Slumbercoach was intended for the outdoor hunter or fisherman who wished to spend some time away in the Great Outdoors. It was claimed there was room for two to sleep in the Slumbercoach, although they must presumably have had to be very friendly!


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1968 Vauxhall Victor FD Estate LDM55 - Lansdowne Models

1968 Vauxhall Victor FD Estate LDM55 - Lansdowne Models

The FD Victor was introduced in 1967, Vauxhall's Diamond Jubilee year. With brand new overhead-cam engines, the Victor and Victor 2000 models took the London Motor Show by storm. Mid 1968 saw the introduction of three brand new Estates - the Victor, Victor 2000 and Victor 3300. The latter with its Ventora/Cresta engine was a real barn-stormer. Finished Emerald Starmist.


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1972 Hillman Avenger Deluxe Estate LDM54 - Lansdowne Models

1972 Hillman Avenger Deluxe Estate LDM54 - Lansdowne Models

The Estate was introduced after the saloon and proved popular. Entirely conventional in every way, the Avenger proved popular with the buying public through three changes of name. In six years of production over 600,000 models of all types were produced.Our model is finished Aquarius Blue Metallic.


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1954 Triumph Renown LDM8a - Lansdowne Models

1954 Triumph Renown LDM8a - Lansdowne Models

Two Triumphs, a roadster and a saloon, were produced immediately after the war. Of razor-edge design, the saloon was a striking looking vehicle. This car was developed into the Renown, sharing its 2,088cc engine with the contemporary Vanguard. It had a fairly high price of £1,099.


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1954 Desoto Firedome 4-Dr Sedan BRK164 - Brooklin Models

1954 Desoto Firedome 4-Dr Sedan BRK164 - Brooklin Models

The 1954 DeSotos were improved versions of the 1953 range. Better in many respects with revised front end styling, improved interior with a new dash and, best of all, the new Powerflite auto transmission, the omens looked good. 1954 DeSotos were available in sedan, coupe, convertible and station wagon variants.


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1939 Mercury Coupe Convertible BRK159 - Brooklin Models

1939 Mercury Coupe Convertible BRK159 - Brooklin Models

Mercury was a brand new name for 1939 and the brainchild of Edsel Ford. Intended to compete with the likes of Pontiac, the Mercury was more than just a luxury version of the Ford range. Wheelbase was up four inches and the dash and interior were unique to the new arrival. Initially four models were offered with the Convertible Coupe being the most expensive at just over $1,000.


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1936 Pierce-Arrow Convertible BRK126 - Brooklin Models

1936 Pierce-Arrow Convertible BRK126 - Brooklin Models

Pierce-Arrows gradually grew in size as the years progressed and one of the marque's famous styling features, headlamps mounted on top of the front wings (fenders) appeared in 1914. In 1932 the V12 engine appeared to compete with other luxury brands. The following year saw significant developments in the fortunes of the company.


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1953 Nash Healey Roadster BRK125 - Brooklin Models

1953 Nash Healey Roadster BRK125 - Brooklin Models

Pininfarina designed the 1953 Nash-Healey and the cars had a complicated build process. Engines were shipped from the USA to Healey in Britain. Here the chassis and running gear came together before the completed chassis were shipped to Italy where Farina built the bodies. The completed cars then returned to the USA. Altogether 150 of these cars were produced with a further 90 hardtop versions following in 1954 when production eventually ended. In total just over 500 Farina-bodied cars were built.


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1937 Pierce Arrow Travelodge BRK80A - Brooklin Models

1937 Pierce Arrow Travelodge BRK80A - Brooklin Models

When Pierce-Arrow and Studebaker parted company in 1963, Pierce lost all the sales organisation at a crucial time. In a last attempt to save a proud name they decided to go into the trailer business and set up the Travelodge division. Production started in mid-summer 1936 and lasted until November. A good companion to BRK 81.


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1955 American Speedboat  BRK71 - Brooklin Models

1955 American Speedboat BRK71 - Brooklin Models

Typical of the sports boats of the mid 1950s, our model is based on a well-known craft which could be seen at most marinas around the country. It looks very smart when towed behind a suitable convertible.


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1939 Graham 'Sharknose' BRK38 - Brooklin Models
1939 Graham 'Sharknose' BRK38 - Brooklin Models

When the Graham-Paige motor company unleashed its new model in 1938 it caused a sensation. G-P had suffered badly in the Depression and decided the only way to survive was to attack with a radically styled new car.


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1938 Lincoln Zephyr - BRK106 - Brooklin Models

1938 Lincoln Zephyr - BRK106 - Brooklin Models

In 1938 the by now successful Zephyr received new front end styling. This enabled the engine and front axle to be moved forward to improve both weight distribution and legroom. 2 and 4-door convertibles were added to the range thus widening the appeal of this beautiful machine.


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1955 Dodge Coronet BRK97A - Brooklin Models

1955 Dodge Coronet BRK97A - Brooklin Models

The new Dodge with its ‘Flair-Fashion’ styling was longer, lower and wider than it’s predecessor and along with the exciting new look came three-tone paint options and an unmistakable front end that gave the new car real character. Engines were more powerful too as the industry embarked upon a mid-fifties performance race.


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1958 Buick Roadmaster 75 BRK155x - Brooklin Models

1958 Buick Roadmaster 75 BRK155x - Brooklin Models

1958 Buick Roadmaster 75 from the Brooklin Models Collection. 1:43rd Scale model hand built in England, in heavy white metal.

Factory Special limited edition.


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1966 Ford Mustang Gt 350-H (Green) BRK124X - Brooklin Models

1966 Ford Mustang Gt 350-H (Green) BRK124X - Brooklin Models

Factory Special. 1966 Ford Mustang Gt 350-H "Metallic Green" from the Brooklin Models Collection. 1:43rd Scale model hand built in England, in heavy white metal.

Release Status: Ltd. Edition.


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1938 Buick Special M-41 BC004X - Buick Collection

1938 Buick Special M-41 BC004X - Buick Collection

1938 Buick Special M-41 from the Buick Collection Collection. 1:43rd Scale model hand built in England, in heavy white metal.

Release Status: Ltd. Edition. ONLY A FEW AVAILABLE!


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1957 Sunbeam Rapier Mille Miglia LDM76x-Harper 212 - Lansdowne Models

1957 Sunbeam Rapier Mille Miglia LDM76x-Harper 212 - Lansdowne Models

Factory special Limited Edition 1957 Sunbeam Rapier Mille Miglia from the Lansdowne Models Collection. 1:43rd Scale model hand built in England, in heavy white metal.


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1957 Sunbeam Rapier Mille Miglia LDM76x-Van Dam 213 - Lansdowne Models

1957 Sunbeam Rapier Mille Miglia LDM76x-Van Dam 213 - Lansdowne Models

Factory special Limited Edition 1957 Sunbeam Rapier Mille Miglia from the Lansdowne Models Collection. 1:43rd Scale model hand built in England, in heavy white metal.


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1949 Lagonda 2.6 Litre D.H.C. LDM58 - Lansdowne Models

1949 Lagonda 2.6 Litre D.H.C. LDM58 - Lansdowne Models

1949 Lagonda 2.6 Litre D.H.C. from the Lansdowne Models Collection.

1:43rd Scale model hand built in England, in heavy white metal.


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1964 Ford Corsair LDM41 - Lansdowne Models

1964 Ford Corsair LDM41 - Lansdowne Models

The Corsair was introduced in October 1963 as a replacement for the unsuccessful Classic. Styled by Roy Brown, the Corsair was a deliberate move away from the dramatic shapes of the Anglia and Classic. Finished in white!

1:43rd Scale model hand built in England, in heavy white metal.


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Fruehauf Box Trailer - US26

Fruehauf Box Trailer - US26

These trailers were highly decorative with their streamlined fronts and ribbed sides and was a common site being hauled across the American highways delivering a wide variety of different cargos. The Fruehauf Trailer Company was founder by August Charles Fruehauf in 1918 where he began work as a blacksmith and carriage builder. This trailer will fit onto any of the Semi’s in the US Model Mint range.


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US Models 1947 Fruehauf 24' Rib Side - US22

US Models 1947 Fruehauf 24' Rib Side - US22

1947 Fruehauf 24' Rib Side trailor in Orange.


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US Models 1947 Fruehauf Studebaker Trailer - US26S

US Models 1947 Fruehauf Studebaker Trailer - US26S

Finished in silver with Studebaker livery.

Matches well with US27S Studebaker tractor cab.


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1961 Austin A110 Westminster IPV 01

1961 Austin A110 Westminster IPV 01

Styled by Farina this example of the Austin A110 Westminster as used by the Hampshire & I.O.W police force was capable of 100 mph delivered from the six-cylinder, 120 bhp engine. This vehicle’s registration number was COU 472C.


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1972 Vauxhall Ventora 11 IPV 04

1972 Vauxhall Ventora 11 IPV 04

This was the famous 'Coke Bottle' style FD Series with the big 3.3-litre six that gave lightening acceleration, tremendous top-gear performance and capable of a top speed of 106 mph. Our model represents a Ventora used by Huddersfield & District Police Force which would have had a price tag of around £1,101. The number of this vehicle was XWY 856G.


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1953 Austin A40 Somerset IPV 07

1953 Austin A40 Somerset IPV 07

The Austin A40 Somerset had a four-cylinder, over head-valve, 1200cc engine that was capable of a top speed of only 71 mph. They were robust and reliable cars of the time and Austin was proud of their export success too. Our model is a replica of one used by Surrey Constabulary and bore the number UPC 241.


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1949 Oldsmobile 88 Rocket  IPV 11

1949 Oldsmobile 88 Rocket IPV 11

With the powerful new 307 cubic inch Rocket V8, the Rocket 88’s proved to be formidable patrol cars.


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 1953 Jowett Javelin - IPV15

1953 Jowett Javelin - IPV15

The Javelin was an unusual choice as a police vehicle, but Jersey operated this model during the 1950s. Colour: Black


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 1952 Morris Minor  - IPV17

1952 Morris Minor - IPV17

Commonly remembered as a Panda Car in its later guise, the early MM Minor was a popular choice as a divisional car.


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1965 Ford Corsair - IPV19

1965 Ford Corsair - IPV19

The Corsair was ideally suited for divisional duties although the cheaper, more economical Cortina swiftly replaced it.


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1959 Mercury Commuter - IPV20

1959 Mercury Commuter - IPV20

Milwaukee was not the only State to employ Commuters. Large, practical wagons, they were ideally suited to police work.


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1945 Sunbeam Talbot 10 -  IPV22

1945 Sunbeam Talbot 10 - IPV22

The Sunbeam-Talbot 10 was not a fast car, using an overhead valve version of the Hillman Minx engine. However, as a divisional car it was ideal.


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1949 Triumph Roadster  - IPV30

1949 Triumph Roadster - IPV30

1:43rd Scale model, hand built, in heavy white metal.


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1955 Ford Prefect - IPV 31

1955 Ford Prefect - IPV 31

1:43rd Scale model, hand built, in heavy white metal.


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1960 Studebaker Lark 2-Door - IPV38

1960 Studebaker Lark 2-Door - IPV38

1960 Studebaker Lark 2-Dr "Washington D.C." from the International Police Vehicles Collection. 1:43rd Scale model hand built in England, in heavy white metal.


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