1930-1939 Frazer chain-drive roadster. See more pictures of Frazer cars.
Traction for these cars (with no differential) was remarkable, as was the animal-like handling response, but creature comforts and accommodation were nearly non-existent. Maximum speeds ranged from 70 to 90 mph depending on engine and coachwork.
Over the years, a variety of 11/2-liter four- and six-cylinder engines were used. The specifications below are for the popular Meadows-engine TT (Tourist Trophy) Replica model.
Pluses of the 1930-1939 Frazer Nash Chain-Drive Models:
- Prewar Brit sports car appeal
- Rugged durability
- Active (UK) club
- Simple to rebuild
- CCCA Classic status for some upon application
Minuses of the 1930-1939 Frazer Nash Chain-Drive Models:
- Poor weather protection
- Frail transmission (but easy to repair)
- Very hard suspension
- Cramped interiors
- Not well known in the U.S.
Production of the 1930-1939 Frazer Nash Chain-Drive Models:
Specifications of the 1930-1939 Frazer Nash Chain-Drive Models:
Wheelbase, inches: 102.0
Length, inches: 150.0
Weight, pounds: 1,800
Price, new: NA
Engines for the 1930-1939 Frazer Nash Chain-Drive Models:
|Type||Size ||Horsepower ||Years |
|ohv I-4||1496 cc (91 cid) ||62 (gross)||1931-1939|
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