1936 Reo-Graham connection
David Holcombe stated that there was never a model of a Reo passenger car, and he is absolutely correct. But wait a minute. That is maybe only 99% true.
Brooklin made a model, BML-15 of a 1936 Graham 116 sedan. Here is a brief history of the Reo-Graham connection. Both Reo and Graham were having a hard time staying in business during the depression. Reo had exceptional facilities, with capacity being used at a minimum. Graham needed a styling change to keep up with the competition. So Reo used their bodies, with some changes, of course, for a new Graham, and made money on the back end, even though they couldn't sell any more Reos.
The 1936 & 1937 Grahams are Reo bodied, yet look entirely new. So in a round-about way, there is a Reo model, called a Graham 116. I'm stretching here, but it's a great story if you are a car guy.
1936 Reo Flying Cloud sedan
1936 Graham 116 sedan Brooklin model BML-15