Y13 1918 Crossley
1 2 3
The RAF model is very rare now as so many of the plastic components were swapped to the painted model. The model came in gold & silver although the silver version is now ultra rare. The canopies and grille were in a very dark grey color but some versions may have tan grilles. The seats were always maroon. The version shown in pic. 2 is probably a trial model whilst the one in pic 3 was presented to an employee on his retirement from the giftware section and was the same person that I got the Queens award ashtray from. I have seen one other of these models before.
The Evan's Coal & Coke can have either a dark red label (pic.1) or a much brighter version (pic.2). The grills on these models were always black.
|Number||Plating||Canopy & Tilt||Grille||Wheels||Base|
|5||Gold||Black||Black||Gild 24 spoke||Two Columns|
Evans Coal & Coke
|1||Gold||Tan||Dark red||24 spoke||Two Columns|
|2||Gold||Tan||Bright red||24 spoke||Two Columns|
|3||Gold||Tan||Dark red||12 spoke||Two Columns|
|4||Brassy Gold||Tan||Dark red||24 spoke||Two Columns|