Welcome to the Frazer Nash Car Club

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This website is for anyone with an interest in Frazer Nash, GN, or Frazer Nash-BMW cars.

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Club History & Information

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Frazer Nash News & Events

Competition

News, results & photos

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Browse for Frazer Nash & GN items

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Get in Touch With the Club

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More About Frazer Nash Car Club

The FRAZER NASH CAR CLUB, founded in 1933, became a Section of the Vintage Sports Car Club in 1947 and was re-formed in December 2005 as the Frazer Nash Car Club Limited (FNCC).

Its purpose is to encourage the preservation of chain-driven Frazer Nash and GN cars, to maintain a register of all existing cars and to provide a means of interchange of technical information and spares.

We welcome interest from past, current or prospective owners.

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The Frazer Nash Archives

The FRAZER NASH ARCHIVES was established as a registered charity by John Aldington, son of HJ "Aldy" Aldington, to preserve, extend and promote the history of the marque.

At its core are the photos, records, trophies and memorabialia collected and guarded by John's uncle, WH "Bill" Aldington, who had been in charge of advertising and publicity from the early 1930s onwards.   Read more...

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TRADEMARK STATEMENT

The names of Frazer Nash® and GN® and their respective logos are officially registered to
the FRAZER NASH CAR CLUB LTD.


Recent Frazer Nash Club News

Roman Holiday

Luke Roberts and Susan Wylie have set of on a 'Nashing holiday into Europe. (photo On the way to Sorrento - great roads, until a coach and a

Middle England Social - Sat 4th October

Back in April, when 18 cars and 30 people, including our Patron, gathered for the new "Middle England" pub social, it was theconcesus t

Autumn Social - Saturday 4th October

The following announcement is rather premature but there won't be another newsletter before this date. This will be the ninth year th

Bristol Cars at Castle Combe Classic - Sunday 5 October

We have received the following message from Peter Campbell of the Bristol Owners Club. The invite is for post-war cars with Bristol engines, but I hav

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