In 1920, Chester England kickstarted the C.R. England company with the purchase of his first Model T truck in Plain City, Utah. However, it wasn't until World War II that C.R. England's Honored Veteran Program began with Chester's sons, Gene and Bill England.
Selling their cigarette rations overseas during their service, the brothers amassed enough savings to purchase a second truck for the family business upon their return home. As part of their Honored Veteran Program, C.R. England unveils a special edition truck each year in honor of all the men and women who have fought on behalf of America.
#60-0541 - 1/64 Scale
C.R. England's Honored Veteran Program Truck
Freightliner New Cascadia with High-Roof Sleeper and 53' Utility Refrigerated Trailer with Skirts
Making its first debut in 2015, this Honored Veteran's Freightliner New Cascadia is being released this summer in 1/64 scale by Die-Cast Promotions. This diecast metal replica with authentic C.R. England decoration is one model you won't want to miss!