1954 Frazer Nash Sebring

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First of three beautiful and distinctive alloy-bodied two-litre Bristol-engined road-racers built by AFN Limited.
Based on fine-handling Frazer Nash Le Mans Replica MkII chassis. Featured contemporarily in The Motor and The Autocar. Race debuted by future Formula 1 World Championship Grand Prix winner Tony Brooks in 1954 British GP supporting event at Silverstone. Period International race and rally history: RAC Tourist Trophy, Dundrod (Brooks/Peter Wilson); Liège-Rome- Liège (Henry O’Hara Moore). Eligible for premium historic events worldwide and in the same family ownership since 1972.

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Year: 1954
Make: Frazer Nash
Model: Sebring
Dealer: Automobiles Historiques
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