1934 Frazer-Nash body / VW based kit car

Price: US $5,000.00

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Funnybug sez:

nice looker..

Ebay Description:


The Body is a Frazer Nash on a 1969 VW frame and running gear. . The Previous owner stated that the kit was assembled in 1977, but I cannot verify that.
The car is VW based (Engine # H5 547 544) Which makes it a 1969 Model (1500 CC). It does not burn oil, but there is a small oil leak coming from the right valve cover.
The car is very reliable (Starts instantly) and drives very smooth. I added a new Carburetor and air cleaner about 100 miles ago and also replaced the original tires with the Coker Wide Whitewalls you see on the car (they have about 150 miles on them). Look closely at the photos as that is what you will be buying. The paint is better than average but a bit thin on the riders door. That door is functional. There is a spare tire, but it needs a tube. I replaced the original kit headlights with those for a 32 ford (much bigger, I thought it made the car look better - I have the originals and will include them in the sale). I also added the tri-bar Running lights. There is a working am/fm cassette radio.
there are windshield wipers, but not installed
The car does come with the frame for the top as well as a canvas top. That canvas top is torn but is sufficient to provide a pattern, it also has the plastic rear window. there are no side curtains.
The speedometer and gas gauge do not work.
This is a really cool car and definitely attracts attention. I need the room, hence the sale of the car. Good Luck with your bidding.
Note: The mileage listed is incorrect (ebay requirement) actual mileage is unknown. Great parade or boulevard cruiser.LOW RESERVE (I really need the room!!!)
The car was originally assembled and titled in Pennsylvania, it is currently clear titled and registered in Oregon in my name.

Item Location: Eugene, Oregon, United States

Ended: Jun 17, 2011

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