Malcolm Bricklin tells his story
Since 1900, Canada has had a history of unique automobile design and manufacturing, from the first motorized horse carriages to the electric car. It's a story of invention, craftsmanship and high-risk business opportunities by foreign entrepreneurs looking for Canadian financial backing. The CBC Digital Archives highlights the history of some cars designed and made exclusively in Canada.
Program: Take 30
Broadcast Date: Dec. 1, 1975
Guest(s): Malcolm Bricklin, Arnold Corn
Host: Mary Lou Finlay
Interviewer: Paul Soles
Last updated: February 9, 2012
Page consulted on December 5, 2013
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