FRAZER NASH PROGRAMME New Models
IN addition to the inclusion of an entirely new type—the” Interceptor “—in their range of models for 1931, A.F.N. Ltd., the manufacturers of Frazer Nash cars are now offering a wider variety of standard bodywork. One particularly attractive type is the four-seater here illus
trated. The wide doors, absence of running boards, and continuity of waist and bonnet lines give the car a remarkably handsome and sporty appearance. At the same time, the rear compartment provides ample and comfortable accothmodation for two passengers. In the case of the ” Interceptor,” the price with this body is 2370. The complete list with prices of 1931 Frazer Nash models is as follows :— 2-seater ” Interceptor I ” side valve engine, 2325, 2 seater ” Interceptor II o.h.v. engine 2350, 2-seater “‘ Falcon I” side valve engine 2350, 2-seater “Falcon II ” o.h.v. engine 2375,
2-seater “Boulogne I” side valve engine 2395, 2-seater” Boulogne II” o.h.v. engine 2425, 2-seater supercharged ” Boulogne I ” side valve engine 2450, 2-seater supercharged “Boulogne II” o.h.v. engine 2475. The above models can be supplied
with a 3/4 seater body and long chassis at an extra cost of 225. Four speeds and reverse in place of three speeds and reverse entails
an extra charge of 220. ” Ulster I “4-speed, lowered chassis, roller bearing side valve engine, ” Ulster II ” 4-speed, lowered chassis, roller bearing o.h.v. engine, both 2495. Supercharged “Ulster I ” 4-speed, lowered chassis roller
bearing side valve engine, supercharged ” Ulster II ” 4-speed, lowered chassis, roller bearing o.h.v. engine, both £575.