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How Frazer Cars Work

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The Frazer company was a marriage of Joseph Frazer's sales skill and Henry J. Kaiser's resources. Learn how this partnership worked out.

1940s and 1950s Kaiser-Frazer Concept Cars

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Many 1940s and 1950s Kaiser-Frazer concept cars were never built due to infighting. Check out 1940s and 1950s Kaiser-Frazer concept cars and see pictures.

1947 Frazer Standard

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The 1947 Frazer Standard from Kaiser-Frazer is an extremely rare collectible car with historic value. Learn more about the 1947 Frazer Standard.

1951 Frazer Standard

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The Frazer Standard series for 1951 was the base model for Kaiser-Frazer's last model year. Learn more about the 1951 Frazer Standard.

1949 Frazer Manhattan

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Upstart company Frazer sought to make a postwar splash with its 1949 Frazer Manhattan. Learn about the fate of this rare classic convertible.

1948-1956 Frazer Nash

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The 1948-1956 Frazer Nash was a high-performance car that's now highly collectible -- and hard to find. Learn all about the 1948-1956 Frazer Nash.

1947-1948 Frazer Manhattan

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The 1947-1948 Frazer Manhattan is a historically significant, high-quality collectible car. Learn more about the 1947-1948 Frazer Manhattan.

1949-1950 Frazer Manhattan

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The 1949-1950 Manhattan was the last car approved by Joseph W. Frazer as president of Kaiser-Frazer. Learn more about the 1949-1950 Frazer Manhattan.

1950 Frazer Manhattan Convertible

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The 1950 Kaiser Manhattan convertible was the first convertible of the postwar era. See pictures and a profile of the 1950 Kaiser Manhattan convertible.

1930-1939 Frazer Nash Chain-Drive Models

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Frazer-Nash's prewar chain-drive automobiles are rugged cars with a lot of collector appeal. Learn about 1930-1939 Frazer Nash chain-drive models.

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