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  • Frazer Nash Le Mans Replica

    €670,000(£597,372) €670,000(£597,372)

    Just to prove how wonderfully versatile this magnificent car really is, a few weeks ago we drove it from Belgium to Silverstone in the UK on the Thursday, Practiced it on the Friday, Raced it on the Saturday and drove it back on the Sunday, A round trip of over 1200km plus a practice and race, no problems!! What more could you ask for? Goodwood, Mille Miglia and Tour Auto eligible. Historic Sports car racing and road racing at it's best. Fully Documented history file of very large size including original pictures and files on the very original works body still fitted today Registered by the Frazer Nash register, FN209 was constructed in 1954 as a standard 200-series parallel tube chassis, complete with the usual leaf-spring front suspension, Austin rear axle, adjustable rear torsion bars, steel-rimmed centre-lock wire wheels and cast iron brake drums. (mk1 spec) It was fitted with Bristol engine number BS4/412, which was located well back in the chassis as per the Sebring models FN201 and FN207. The engine was subsequently removed by the factory and the rest of the rolling chassis stripped of it's other components and the bare chassis stored at the factory until the late 1960s, AFN passed it over (along with all other remaining post war spares) to the famous lady racing driver Betty Haig, Grand niece of Field-Marshal the Earl Haig, K.G., G.C.B., O.M, she was also a leading member of the Frazer Nash Club. Betty Haig assembled all the remaining parts for FN209 and kept them in storage ready for rebuilding. In 1975, FN209 and all of it's remaining parts were sold to Simon Phillips via Cleobury Garages, Philips then had it rebuilt into it's present Mk2 guise and installed the correct BS4 engine with six-port cylinder head and triple twin-choke carburettors that was supplied by FN to Betty Haig with all the other original parts from FN209, The car was also fitted with the de Dion rear axle and inboard rear brakes to MkII specification at this time. The lightweight body was the one originally built for Jack Walton's ‘Works’ Le Mans Replica FN157, When completed it was registered 'OUG 2' (the first number plate worn by Walton's car, FN157 was 'OUG 3'). Phillips later campaigned the car with success during the 1976/1977 seasons before offering it for sale. The purchaser was Tim Walton (the son of Jack, and first owner of OUG 3) who proceeded to compete with the car during 1981. That same year, Walton was able to purchase the original and complete MKII body previously worn by James Lowe's chassis FN183. This was then transferred to FN209, following which Walton returned to the tracks and competed in, among other events, the 1987 Mille Miglia and 1988 Coppa d'Italia before offering the car for sale in 1992. Michael Johnson was the next keeper who also contested the Mille Miglia, as well as the FIVA World Rally and Pyrenees Rally, before selling to Howard Dyer via Gregor Fisken in 1997. The present owner bought the car from Dryer in March 2011, just three months after extensive revision work had been carried out by Blakeney Motorsport - the work comprising an extensive mix of servicing, repairs and general recommissioning. The car then went back to Blakeney Motorsport with it’s new owner for a further £50,000 worth of fettling, The car is in really excellent condition and is "on the button" This car drives like the wind! You really do not need a faster and better handling road / rally car than this one. One drive and you will be addicted!! As am I. (I’m sure the Devil built this car to lure people into sin, for I would almost surely sell my soul for this one) Comes with new 2016 FIA HTP papers for racing and FIA papers for historic rallying, and is of course eligible for the Mille Miglia and Tour Auto amongst many more of the top World rallies. http://www.historic-competitionservices.eu/nl/frazer-nash-le-mans-rep--200

    • Year: 1954
    • Engine size: 2
    For sale
    Historic Competitione Services
  • 1939 FRAZER NASH BMW 328

    POA POA

    This 1939 chassis 85427 was one of eight 328s ordered by BMW’s English importer, H.J. Aldington, in June 1939 and one of the last 328s manufactured between 1937-1939. Six of the eight cars were ordered as rolling chassis to be bodied in England. The slab-sided bodywork was commissioned from Leacroft of Egham, Surrey by Royal Air Force Flight Lieutenant J. Richard Stoop. “Dickie” Stoop raced the car to a 6th in class, 12th place overall finish at the 24 Hours of Spa -Francorchampsin 1949 with Peter Wilson as his co-driver. This appears to be Stoop’s only race in his custom-bodies Frazier-Nash BMW. What the car did after 1952 is unknown until 1988, when it was purchased at auction in London by the Rosso Bianco Collection and “preserved.” It had been restored sometime before 2006 and sold by Bonhams that year.

    • Year: 1939
    For sale
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