The Frazer Nash marque has long been admired for producing some of the finest pre-war competition cars and a number of equally successful post-war models. The firm built its first chain-driven sports models in the 1920s and cars were later developed from German BMW designs, although remained highly regarded.
The 1926 Frazer Nash Fast Tourer offered for sale at Chateau Impney on 11 July has a continuous ownership history from 1933 to date. The car was painstakingly restored to original specification by Ian Lock Engineering among others during the mid to late 1980s. It is powered by a correct-type Anzani 1.5 litre engine allied to three-speed chain drive transmission. The Fast Tourer was recently independently inspected by Winston Teague from the Frazer Nash Club.
|Reg Number||PF 5858|
|Body Colour||Polished Aluminium|
|MOT Expiry Date||Exempt|
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