Articles tagged Frazer Nash

Page 3 of July 1925 archive issue thumbnail Page 3, July 1925

HONORARY DISTRICT AGENTS.

HONORARY DISTRICT AGENTS. CONTENTS. PACK BASINGSTOKE, Hants. BLACKBURN, Lancs. BLACKPOOL, Lancs. BLOXWICH, Walsall BODMIN, Cornwall ... BOURNEMOUTH, Hants. BRIGHTON, Sussex BRISTOL, Glos. BROMLEY, Kent ALFORD, Lincs. ASHFORD, Kent ... BARROW-IN-FURNESS, Lancs. CAMBRIDGE, Cambs. CARLISLE, Cumberland CARMARTHEN, Carmarthen.... CLECKHEATON, Yorks. DEVIZES, Wilts. GRAVESEND LINCOLN, Lincs. NEWCASTLE...

Page 37 of January 1977 archive issue thumbnail Page 37, January 1977

Hyphenated

Sir, Re the November "Cars in Books'. Captain Frazer Nash had no hyphen in 1925. In The Autocar of March 11th, 1938, "The Scribe" says: "Archibald Goodman Frazer Nash has changed his name by deed-poll to Archibald Goodman Frazer-Nash". Thanking you for much enjoyable reading. Carsiairs Junction JAMES MESON

Page 44 of December 1981 archive issue thumbnail Page 44, December 1981

VSCC Lakeland Trial

On a bright autumn day, sun shining on the beautiful Lake District scenery, the Vintage Sports Car Club held its fourteenth annual Lakeland Trial. Sixty-six cars attempted some 13 trials sections in the Buttermere, Loweswater and Lorton area. As usual, many of the sections proved to be extremely difficult, particularly those in the forest where the soft ground under the trees provided very little...

Page 21 of September 1965 archive issue thumbnail Page 21, September 1965

G.N. racing engines

Sir, The report of the Brooklands Re-Union in your August issue stated that I designed the racing "GN" engines, but, much I would like to have done this, the credit must be given to H. R. Godfrey and the late Captain Frazer Nash. These two brilliant engineers achieved remarkable results, usually by simple but very sound methods, and probably product more power per c.c. than any contemporary unit...

Page 30 of February 1978 archive issue thumbnail Page 30, February 1978

Ferrari fascination

A look at David Clarke and his Graypaul Motors Ltd. David Clarke is one of those fortunate motoring enthusiasts who has successfully moulded his hobby into a commercial enterprise with an enviable, world-wide reputation. What started off as a little bit of self-indulgence with the purchase of a 1951 Ferrari 212 Export in 1960 led to a consuming passion for Ferraris, the assembly of his own...

Page 4 of October 1997 archive issue thumbnail Page 4, October 1997

Piper stars at Oldtimer Festival

Night racing came to the AvD Oldtimer Grand Prix at the Mirburgring for the first time last month, with the 66-year old David Piper cleaning up the feature 500km Historic Marathon, anchoring David Pennell's Jaguar D type team to an emotional success in the annual showpiece for sports and GT cars of the 1950s and '60s. Although a renowned Ferrari man, 'Pipes' goes way back with Jaguars too. "I...

Page 61 of December 1996 archive issue thumbnail Page 61, December 1996

Power To The People

British Post-War Competition Engines With the resumption of peace after World War II and even with shortages of vital materials swallowed by the war effort, many minds turned to the well deserved use of their new freedom. In engineering terms, World War II was a double-edged sword, bringing the cessation of motorsport for the duration, but seeing huge leaps in technology around the world in the...

Page 6 of October 1928 archive issue thumbnail Page 6, October 1928

GREAT RACING MAROUES

GREAT RACING MARQUES. XV. G.N —FRAZER NASH. By E. K. H. KARSLAKE. THE fact that this article is headed by the names of two firms does not mean that in this number of our sidelights on the history of motor racing two separate stories have been combined in order to cover a greater area of time. The Frazer Nash is so mudh the descendant of the G.N. that it is really impossible to tell the story of...

Page 26 of December 1931 archive issue thumbnail Page 26, December 1931

A Woed on INDIVIDUALITY!

Word on INDIVIDUALITY ••••••••■•■•••••■• It is obviously impossible for a firm producing massproduction cars to build to any particular owner's individual requirements—we, however, have always made a speciality of this, and moreover (of Some importance these days) the Frazer Nash is relatively cheap. We have no hesitation in asserting that for a moderate expenditure we can build you a de luxe...

Page 72 of August 1985 archive issue thumbnail Page 72, August 1985

VSCC July Silverstone Races

VSCC July Silverstone Races THE VINTAGE SCC has a way with the weather and for its second 1985 Silverstone races, the Mike Hawthorn Memorial Trophy Meeting, it chose a marvellous summer day. Nine races were divided between an entry of 187 and good interesting racing resulted. The afternoon opened, after a Parade of modern Maseratis, with the six-lap Scratch race incorporating the Bill Phillips...

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