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Posts: 222
Registered: June 2008
Location: Las Vegas NV
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$6,500.00 None For Sale
Description: 1934 FRAZER-NASH REPLICA
#1108. This 1934 Frazer-Nash Replica was built in 1974 by me & a professional builder/mechanic. It is much more than any kit car of the time. And can still hold its own today. It won several Autorama First Place Awards in the 70s. It is no Trailer Queen! I drive it regularly to and from work, but never with the top up!!! And it always attracts a crowd. This one looks like the real thing! Heck, just look at all those lights. This car can accomodate a driver in the 6 foot and 240 pound range a "close" friend.. Always garaged and well maintained. Note in the photos that there is a small tear in one corner of the top & some chrome repair on top of the radiator. Just check out the VW engine photos, which by the way is the newer, quicker dual port head style of engine and very reliable and easy to maintain. The interior & pin striping were done by two different professional shops, except for the edging around the cockpit, which I did myself. The body panels are resin bonded to or marine plywood. Also I built several additional steel angle frames that are spaced along the original, but modified, VW chassis. The chassis has also been reinforced along its edges with steel angles and has been lengthened about 16. It is very rigid. And if you care, the heater works great. As you can see in the photos I spared no expense in using nothing but the best accessories, some British, some German & lots of American parts. The wheels are vintage Chevrolet. The gauges are all German VDO Cockpit Series with a couple of Jag items added in, not to mention the 8 track stereo radio. Side curtains (like new as I only used them once, along with the windshield wiper) and other misc. parts included. This past year I replaced the gas tank, fuel lines and carburetor, as the originals had gotten gunked up as well as the "hood" & "trunk" leather belts. Also included are all my spare parts from various VW projects, plus a top boot, new "wind wings", spare upholstery fabric and a car cover. So you're wondering why it's FOR SALE!?! Simple - It has one door, one the passenger side, and I suffer from a leg problem that makes it increasingly difficult to climb into it - after all I am 69 years old. So my loss is your gain!!!

Price: $6,500.

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