Difference between revisions of "Bruckell"

Difference between revisions of "Bruckell"

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Revision as of 16:04, 22 March 2020

Bruckell
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Bruckell logo, circa 1980s
Overview
Nationality American
Business Status Unknown
Subsidiaries Soliad

Bruckell is a fictional American automaker, marketed as an entry-level brand,[1] known to have produced passenger cars as far back as 1973 with the Moonhawk and as recently as 1988 with the LeGran. In the 1980s, the LeGran was the best-selling car in the United States,[2] suggesting Bruckell was at that point a financially successful company. However, since there are no known Bruckell models from the past 32 years and there is currently no advertising for the brand in any map, it is unknown if the company still exists to this day.

An apparent staple of Bruckell vehicles is having lettering spaced out across the rear, as seen on both known models.

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Soliad

Soliad is a division of Bruckell,[3] known to have produced passenger cars during the 1980s. Currently, not much is known about the company, although its only known model—the Wendover—has been described as having "sporting pretensions."[4]

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Trivia

  • Gabester once mentioned the possibility of a luxury division of Bruckell,[5], though no further information has been provided since.
  • A 1970s personal luxury car named the Bruckell Albatross was conceived at one time, and a quick concept sketch was drawn.[6][7] It has since been confirmed to have been scrapped.[8]

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