The 1949-1950 Manhattan was the last car approved by Joseph W. Frazer as president of Kaiser-Frazer. The roofless body of these convertibles were virtually handbuilt. Learn more about the specifications of the 1949-1950 Frazer Manhattan.
The 1947 Frazer Standard from Kaiser-Frazer is an extremely rare collectible car. The non-Manhattan Frazers bearing serial numbers up to F47-009940 bear the nameplates of Graham-Paige who had a limited worksharing agreement with Kaiser-Frazer.
The 1947-1948 Frazer Manhattan is a historically significant high-quality collectible car. It was the first entirely new postwar body style and boasted an unprecedented array of interior and exterior colors. Read more about this classic car.