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Carlton brochures
« on: February 06, 2011, 12:33:16 PM »
I'm trying to collect Carlton and Opel Omega A brochures. I would prefer the Opel Omega A brochures in German. So far the ones I have are from eBay. I will be having a look at the VBOA spares day in March and hopefully at Billing. The ones I have are listed below.
1978, Mk1 launch.
1982, Oct, mk2 Carlton.
1986, Oct, all new Carlton saloon.
1986, Nov, all new Carlton estate.
1988, Oct, CDX special edition, saloon & estate.
1988, Mar, L, GL, CD, GSi, update, saloon.
1988, Oct, 1989 edition 1, all models.
1989, Mar, 1989 edition 2, all models.
1989, May, Voyager special edition, estate.
1989, Oct, 1990 edition 1, all models.
1990, Sept, Lotus Carlton.
1991, Feb, 1991 edition 3, all models.
1991, Oct, 1992 editon 1, all models.
1991, Oct, Diplomat.
1991, Nov, 6 Door Limousine.
1992, Apr, Plaza special edition, saloon & estate.
1992, Oct, Club estate.
1992, Oct, Diamond estate.
1993, Apr, 1993 edition 2, all models.
1993, Sept, 1993 edition 3, all models.

German.
1986, Oct, Caravan (estate) models.
1986, Oct, Sonderausstattung (options).
1986, Nov, Caravan.
1986, Nov, Zubehör (optional extras).
1986, Nov, Caravan LS, GL, GLS, tech spec.
1987, Jul, Caravan CD.
1987, Aug, Caravan LS, GL, GLS, tech spec.
1988, Apr, all models.
1988, Apr, GL, GLS, CD, saloon/estate tech spec.
1988, May, CD saloon.
1990, Oct, Caravan 24v.
1996, Feb, Taxi.

Dutch.
1992, Mar, Stationwagon (estate).

Swedish.
Saloons/estates.

I know the 1996 Omega Taxi isn't the mk3 Carlton shape, but as its in good nick and going cheap on eBay, I had it. I would like a mk2 Carlton brochure from 83 or whenever it was when they came out. If any body has any brochures they wish to sell, please let me know. Ta muchly. Fourlegs.
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Re: Carlton brochures
« Reply #1 on: February 06, 2011, 12:48:23 PM »
I also have the first five Vauxhall High Performance car club mags.
Issue 1, July 91.
Issue 2, Sept/Oct 91.
Issue 3, Nov/Dec 91.
Issue 4, Jan/Feb 92.
Issue 5, Mar/Apr 92.

I had these for £4.99 + £2 p+p. Well happy. If any one has any they would like to sell, please get in touch. Easiest way is kevinfourlegs@googlemail.com or sms 07825260603. Ta.
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Re: Carlton brochures
« Reply #2 on: May 27, 2011, 08:47:22 AM »
I'm still on the look out for any Carlton and Omega A brochures.
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Re: Carlton brochures
« Reply #3 on: November 12, 2011, 06:02:19 PM »
Still on the look out for any Carlton material. Brochures, road tests, magazine articles, anything considered, whether its mk1, mk2 or mk3.
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