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About frazerman

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  1. Sorry for the delay in posting more photos of the 1949 Frazer hardtop but I thought it best to wait until I knew how to work the new Photopost program. If anyone is still interested, there is a series of snapshots I have entered in the AACA Photo Gallery which I hope viewers will find entertaining. The keyword is ' frazer '. It involves the debut of the hardtop at a well attended auto meet in Massachusetts.
  2. I will be posting a few more photos of the Frazer shortly. It will involve a dozen pictures with accompanying text of the hardtop's debut at an auto show. Thank you again for your positive reaction. At the moment I am trying to adjust to the new Photopost program so that the text will match each picture properly. Frazerman <img src="http://forums.aaca.org/images/graemlins/smirk.gif" alt="" />
  3. Glad to see so many people like the looks of the 1949 Frazer Hardtop.There are only two of these in existance. The other one is a 1950 model. I will admit I wasn't sure how the Frazer would be received by the AACA members as the organization is attentive to all categories of automobiles including the popular and classically prestigious makes.
  4. This is a 1951 Frazer which enjoyed much admiration from those who belonged the the Kaiser Frazer club. Joe Ferriss was its proud owner until it was sold to Charles Lehnen in 2003.
  5. If you would like to see more of this car, it can be found on Jay Leno's Garage website and on Webshots. The keyword for each site is 'frazer' but I admit the Search Box may require some effort before it is located. I have also written a brief biography about Joseph Frazer's role in the Kaiser Frazer enterprise which can be found on the Hemmings website. The article is accompanied with pictures of the different model Frazers. The quickest way to locate it is to click on http://www.hemmings.com/users/149510/story/117.html Signed, Frazerman
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